Any help available how to connect my Maschine+ to LAN?

gkendo
gkendo Member Posts: 4 Member

Can't find any position in setting where I could choose between WiFi and/or Lan. Is that impossible with Maschine+?

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  • gkendo
    gkendo Member Posts: 4 Member
    edited July 2023 Answer ✓

    Hi Uwe

    answer from NI arrived. For your info

    Alfredo @ NI (Native Instruments) 

    21 July 2023, 09:41 CEST 

    Hi Hans,

    you need a USB to Ethernet adapter for this, it's plug and play. Unfortunately, there is no visual sign that it works. You need to test it by going to Settings > Library and see if the page loads with WiFi off.

    That way you will know that you have established an Ethernet connection.

    Best regards,

    Alfredo @ NI

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  • Uwe303
    Uwe303 Moderator Posts: 2,904 mod

    Hello,

    maschine+ has only wifi build in, no lan.

  • gkendo
    gkendo Member Posts: 4 Member

    Thanks Uwe for the prompt reply. Just one thing irritates me. The manual says that one could use an USB/LAN adapter to connect Maschine Plus at a network. Why are they saying that, if only WiFi is possible. Big question mark on my forehead.

    Greetings

  • gkendo
    gkendo Member Posts: 4 Member
    edited July 2023 Answer ✓

    Hi Uwe

    answer from NI arrived. For your info

    Alfredo @ NI (Native Instruments) 

    21 July 2023, 09:41 CEST 

    Hi Hans,

    you need a USB to Ethernet adapter for this, it's plug and play. Unfortunately, there is no visual sign that it works. You need to test it by going to Settings > Library and see if the page loads with WiFi off.

    That way you will know that you have established an Ethernet connection.

    Best regards,

    Alfredo @ NI

  • Uwe303
    Uwe303 Moderator Posts: 2,904 mod

    Ok then I was wrong, I just referred to maschine as it is if you buy it. Then you (and me) now know that it can work.

  • gkendo
    gkendo Member Posts: 4 Member

    No worries, at the end we both know now that it could work over LAN and this means wider bandwidth and faster down loads. Have a nice one

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