This is the preferred IP address or address range used by the Art-Net protocol.
The Interface can be set to Auto allowing this setting to select the interface that matches the preferred setting.
Tap this input button to open a small number input pop-up.
The preferred number has to be input as an IP address with the subnet mask written in CIDR notation.
For instance, 10.0.0.0/8 tells the system that it prefers an IP address that starts with 10.
The rest of the numbers do not matter (the "/8" is the same as subnet mask 255.0.0.0).
Tap this button to open the Select Interface pop-up where the desired network interface can be selected.
This interface will be used for all Art-Net in and out.
The Auto option can be used to allow the Preferred IP setting to select the interface.
The interface is written inside "<" and ">", when it is selected by the preferred setting.
This On/Off button is used to toggle the setup mode.
This mode can be used to transmit and receive configuration data only.
If the output and input are turned Off then only the configuration data transmitted and received.
Enabling setup mode allows Art-Net configuration data to be sent and received even when Enable Output and Enable Input is Off.
When setup mode is Off and output is enabled, then DMX and configuration data are transmitted.
When setup mode is Off and input is enabled, then DMX and configuration data are received.
This priority is the priority the received Art-Net packets are merged into the grandMA3 universe. This is no specific Art-Net setting. This is the same priority for normal DMX input and playbacks.