Since the wandboards have no battery backup for system time, we’ll want to start an ntpd(8) daemon. To do this add some entries to the rc.conf(5) file
And start the service
root@wandboard:~ # service ntpd start
Because there is no battery backup, the first update to the clock will likely be larger then 1000 seconds. This is too much of an offset for ntpd(8) and will cause it to shutdown. The ntpd_sync_on_start setting adds the -g flag to the ntpd(8) arguments to allow ntpd(8) to perform a onetime, very large update at startup.
You can remove the line for ntpdate(8). The service is being retired.
If you wanted a static ipv4 address, you could make the following changes to rc.conf(5)