01-16-2014 4:57 AM
01-16-2014 5:46 AM
is it not possible to assign devices on your network static ip's with just the RG? do u have to have your own router installed behind it to assign a static ip? (using a 3801 HGV 2wire router)
You can go to the client you want to set the static IP on (such as a computer/laptop) and manually configure the network connection. Your IP will need to be 192.168.1.XXX (and not in use yet) the subnet will be 255.255.255.0, and the default gateway will be 192.168.1.254. Once it's hard coded in the client device you can go to Settings -> Lan -> IP Address Allocation in the 3801 and it should change to "Static IP - No DHCP". The client device might require a re-boot to obtain the new static IP address from the 3801.
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01-16-2014 2:58 PM
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