If your system is configured with zeroconf support (Avahi, Bonjour, etc) you can simply connect to the TS-4710 with:
telnet ts4710-<last 6 characters of the MAC address>.local # You will need to use your TS-4710 MAC address, but # for example if you mac is 00:d0:69:01:02:03 telnet ts4710-010203.local
When the board first powers up it has two network interfaces. The first interface eth0 is configured to use IPv4LL, and eth0:0 is configured to use DHCP. The board broadcasts using multicast DNS advertising the _telnet._tcp service. You can use this to query all of the available TS-4710s on the network.
From Linux you can use the avahi commands to query for all telnet devices with:
Which would return:
+ eth0 IPv4 TS-4710 console [4f47a5] Telnet Remote Terminal local + eth0 IPv4 TS-4710 console [4f471a] Telnet Remote Terminal local
This will show you the mac address you can use to resolve the board. In this case you can connect to either ts4710-4f47a5 or ts4710-4f47a5.
From Windows you can use Bonjour Print Services to get the dns-sd command. OSX also comes preinstalled with the same command. Once this is installed you can run:
dns-sd -B _telnet._tcp
Which will return:
Browsing for _telnet._tcp Timestamp A/R Flags if Domain Service Type Instance Name 10:27:57.078 Add 3 2 local. _telnet._tcp. TS-4710 console [4f47a5] 10:27:57.423 Add 3 2 local. _telnet._tcp. TS-4710 console [4f47a5]
This will show you the mac address you can use to resolve the board. In this case you can connect to either ts4710-4f47a5.local or ts4710-4f47a5.local.