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Setting static address for network audio player

I've got a Marantz NA7004 Network Audio Player that I'm setting up and I also the Motorola NVG510.. Seems like the best way is to manually set DHCP. The device wants Gateway, Primary DNS, Secondary DNS. I can assign it an used device address and the subnet is easy enough. Where do I find the gateway and DNS settings?

I've got a Marantz NA7004 Network Audio Player that I'm setting up and I also the Motorola NVG510.. Seems like the best way is to manually set DHCP. The device wants Gateway, Primary DNS, Secondary DNS. I can assign it an used device address and the subnet is easy enough. Where do I find the gateway and DNS settings?

Setting static address for network audio player

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The default gateway is 192.168.1.254.  You shouldn't need DNS.  If you have to enter one put 192.168.1.254 and try it to see if it works.  I didn't need one on my Sony A/V receiver.

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The default gateway is 192.168.1.254.  You shouldn't need DNS.  If you have to enter one put 192.168.1.254 and try it to see if it works.  I didn't need one on my Sony A/V receiver.

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Putting the Marantz on normal DHCP works fine as long as I run it wired. Trying to use it wireless with an ioGear client adapter, but no such luck. I'd rather not run 25 feet of cable from one room to the next. The Motorola's firewall is all off. Didn't help.

 

Putting the Marantz on normal DHCP works fine as long as I run it wired. Trying to use it wireless with an ioGear client adapter, but no such luck. I'd rather not run 25 feet of cable from one room to the next. The Motorola's firewall is all off. Didn't help.

 

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OK, reconfigured the ioGear device and it works like a charm.

OK, reconfigured the ioGear device and it works like a charm.

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I have an IOGEAR Universal Wi Fi N Adapter  (GWU627W6). I spent about 30 minutes on the phone with their tech Support trying to get it to go through my U-Verse gateway so I could establish and internet connection with it. It did not work.

Could you tell me what you did to establish your connection?

I have an IOGEAR Universal Wi Fi N Adapter  (GWU627W6). I spent about 30 minutes on the phone with their tech Support trying to get it to go through my U-Verse gateway so I could establish and internet connection with it. It did not work.

Could you tell me what you did to establish your connection?

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