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Change internal ip

I have a Hub 3.0. I need to change the internal ip from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.1.1. Is this possible?
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Re: Change internal ip

There is a thread, that you'll have to search for, that details the steps. It's not straightforward. I've tried a search for you, but gave up. It was all discussed this month (March).

The simpler way is to put the Hub 3 in modem mode and use an external router. Anyone serious about Internet does this because you then get full router functions.

Keep us posted.

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Re: Change internal ip

I suspect this was the thread you were thinking of Seph in which Eddy29 came up with a rather convoluted way of changing the IP range (see page 2 of the thread).   http://community.virginmedia.com/t5/QuickStart-set-up-and/Superhub-3-internal-network-address/td-p/3...

Unfortunately, scan reading the thread right through would seem to indicate that a software update to the Hub 3 made even Eddy's method unworkable.

 

 

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Thanks Dave. I looked for that for a half hour before deciding it was a rightful job for the OP.

The link below (post #74) suggests to me that the method still works.

http://community.virginmedia.com/t5/QuickStart-set-up-and/Superhub-3-internal-network-address/m-p/33...

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Thanks for the suggestion. I have tried to set up a Netgear DGND 37002v2 wireless router with the Virgin Hub 3.0 in modem mode but the Netgear was unable to connect to the internet. Has anyone tried using one of these behind a Hub 3.0 in modem mode?

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Re: Change internal ip

You are connecting the Hub to the Netgear's WAN port? Then you need to move the settings in the router away from DSL (which will be the default). Probably in advanced settings - just ensure it's on Auto-Detect. Respond to Ping is a good idea and MTU 1500. On the Advanced/ADSL Settings page, if you can disable DSL MODE, do so.

On the Basic/Internet page:
Require Login = NO
Account Name = Blank
Internet IP Address = Get dynamically
Domain Name = Get dynamically

That should do it.

Keep us posted.





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Re: Change internal ip

You can keep both devices in router mode if you accept certain limitations.  See the posts on this page - might help.  As an addition I have not been able to get port forwarding to work on the SH3 so far.  I'm in Ireland, UK version is different I think.  If there is a soon to be released software update, which allows internal IP address to be changed, I'd like to know.  The SH3 box is a load of rubbish I'm afraid.  I hope they can fix it.  

https://community.virginmedia.com/t5/QuickStart-set-up-and/Superhub-3-internal-network-address/td-p/...

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