Yeah, you'll be able to configure online via the cloud config service and then run it offline from that point (in case your internet goes offline). However, when you need to make changes to your config, you'll need to go back online. Or, you can skip the online cloud config entirely and configure it manually offline from the command line interface. But the command line is really meant for people who want to tinker under the hood, as you'd need to fiddle around with IP addresses, etc.
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