5.3.1 Network

The Network section describes how to configure the Ethernet adapter in 2N® IndoorTouch 2.0:

  • Use Ethernet – enable the Ethernet connection 
  • Use DHCP – Yes/No – enable/disable obtaining settings from DHCP
  • IP address – current IP address
  • IP mask – IP mask address
  • DNS IP – DNS IP address
  • IP gateway – IP gateway IP address
  • Change settings – display the setting editing window

  • DHCP – enable/disable obtaining of settings from DHCP. If disabled, the remaining IP address settings become available.
  • IP address – device IP address
  • IP mask – IP mask address
  • IP gateway – IP gateway IP address
  • DNS IP – DNS IP address 

  • Use Wi-Fienable/disable the Wi-Fi connection. Ethernet and Wi-Fi can be used at the same time. If these two networks are used, select the network for the Internet connection. By turning off Wi-Fi you may execute a system logout. The device may no longer be available at the current address
  • Available networks – display the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
  • Stored networks – display the list of stored networks.

The option to get connected to two different network interfaces at the same time enables the product to be operated in two different network environments simultaneously. Thus, for example, you can communicate with the 2N intercoms in one network via Ethernet and control home automation in another network via Wi-Fi. Remember to define the network to be used for Internet connection if two networks are connected simultaneously.

  • Connection to two networks simultaneously display the Ethernet + Wi-Fi connection state.
  • Connection type – display and edit the Internet connecting network.


  • Where two networks are used simultaneously (Ethernet + Wi-Fi), packets are not routed from one network to another. It is because 2N® Indoor Touch 2.0 is just a client and not a network element in either network.