slitaz-doc rev 111

Update network section of english doc, more updates to come.
author Christian Mesh
date Sun Mar 18 21:55:13 2012 +0000 (2012-03-18)
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     1.4  <a name="network"></a>
     1.5  <h3>Network connections</h3>
     1.6  <p>
     1.7 -Click on the "Network Status Monitor" at the bottom right of the screen, then
     1.8 -"Configure" and the network manager (netbox) will come up. You can then
     1.9 -go to the "DHCP" tab and click "Start", and Slitaz will send a DHCP request 
    1.10 -to the local router. You may also setup a static IP, PPPoE, PPP, VPN and 
    1.11 -other networking options by using their respective tabs. To configure a wireless 
    1.12 -connection, you can use SliTaz wifibox by clicking "Wireless Manager" in the 
    1.13 -Network Manager or by using the "System Tools" menu entry -> "Wireless networks 
    1.14 -connections".
    1.15 +Open Tazpanel and go to the 
    1.16 +<a href="http://tazpanel:82/network.cgi">Network</a>
    1.17 + tab.
    1.18 +This shows a basic overview of your networking interfaces and their states.  To configure
    1.19 +your Ethernet device, mouse over the Network tab and select 
    1.20 +<a href="http://tazpanel:82/network.cgi?eth">Ethernet</a>
    1.21 +.  From here you
    1.22 +can configure your device to use DHCP or a static address.  To configure Wireless devices,
    1.23 +mouse over the Network tab and select 
    1.24 +<a href="http://tazpanel:82/network.cgi?wifi">Wireless</a>.
    1.25 +  Here you can select a network to connect to.
    1.26 +When you click on the desired network, the Connection box underneath will be appropriately
    1.27 +filled in.  Next, enter your passphrase or leave the field blank for none.  Finally,
    1.28 +click the Configure button to apply settings.
    1.29  </p>
    1.30  <p>
    1.31  More detailed information can be found in the Handbook: