Wednesday, June 8, 2011

LAN Settings in Mozilla Firefox

The Mozilla Firefox's local area network settings allows you to specify how Firefox connects to the Internet. Although the network settings are typically controlled by the operating system, the Firefox settings allows you to change how Firefox connects to the Internet. Specifically, you can setup Firefox to use a proxy server, which conceals your true Internet protocol, or IP, address.

This article will help you to get in to LAN settings in Firefox.

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press the "Alt" key to expose the Menu Bar, if it is not already visible.
  3. Click "Tools" in the top Menu Bar and select "Options".
  4. Click the "Advanced" tab in the "Options" window, and click the "Network" sub-tab.
  5. Click "Settings" in the "Connections" section to access the LAN settings.