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Topic # 193391 9-Mar-2016 12:06
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Shortly my Orcon router will change from Netcomm NF4V to Frtitzbox 7490.

There are a number of devices on the LAN . These are in IP range 192.168.20 1- 254.
I believe they are hard wired to these numbers.

Will they remain working when the router is changed, or will some changes be needed?

Thanks.


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  Reply # 1509809 9-Mar-2016 12:12
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Probably not, most ISP routers are on default subnet of 192.168.1.0/24

 

If your devices are all statically assigned to 192.168.20.0/24 subnet you'll need to change either each device, or the router to be on the same subnet.

 

Not a hard job at all, just need to log into the router interface and change the router lan IP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1509811 9-Mar-2016 12:15
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Home Network -> Network settings -> IPv4 settings.

 

 

 

you will need to change your dhcp range, fritzbox defaults to 192.168.178.1/24

 

 

 

for ease of use, ild recommend static ips are set on the router side rather than client though.





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  Reply # 1509819 9-Mar-2016 12:37
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Ok, all noted, thanks.  If i get stuck I'll come back with specifics.  Fingers crossed!


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