You are looking at the chipset rather than the actual processor. The chipset is the Platform Controller Hub (PCH) through which the processor talks to SATA disks, PCI and PCIe devices and a multitude of other things.
Intel have long had their own line of ethernet chips and controllers, integrating one into the PCH is not surprising at all. I personally have ...
Some routers allow the assigning of a name to a locally-defined device,
to facilitate accessing that device.
This is usually not a full DNS server, just a service that is offered by
My router offers this service, the Orange Livebox.
I just now tested it and it really works.
You will have to find your router. For example, the (costly)
To my knowledge, it won't work through the "router". If a browser tries to determine the IP address for a website a request to resolve the domain name is sent to the DNS server, not to the router (unless the router also functions as a DNS server).
The only way I see is to set up the local DNS server. You have two options to do that:
Set up some ...