These are the settings that strictly apply to your Local Area Network (LAN), this means everything connected to your router at home. 

We recommend NOT changing any of these settings unless you know what you are doing or have been instructed explicitly by a member of staff.

The options available to you are:

  • LAN Host Address - This is the address you access the interface with. By default this is We only allow you to change the 88 part of this address currently.
  • DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) - This is where you are able to set the range of local IP addresses that your devices will have and their lease time.
  • DNS (Domain Name System) - We recommend choosing automatic as it will pick the best DNS for you. 
  • IPv6 - Your ISP may or may not use an IPv6 address. It is likely that it doesn't. You can disable this option if you have speeds that require it. 
  • MTU (Max Transmission Unit) - Recommend leaving Auto enabled as setting a manual MTU can result in IP fragmentation if done incorrectly.