I have 7 devices on my home LAN with fixed IP addresses (192.168.0.xxx). If I put the superhub in modem mode and connect my own kit, will those fixed ip address need changing, or will they be picked up by the new kit? It’s a home cctv system and changing the fixed IP addresses will be a pain. Thank you.
I hope you mean real static addresses in the actual devices. Many people refer to static addresses that they set in their hub/router and these are in fact “reserved IP addresses” totally different from static addresses.
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Cheap. Not all that great. If you're only planning on spending £50-£60 you're better off sticking with the VM Hub.
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The Vm hub is struggling with dropping WiFi. VM say there is nothing wrong and are blaming the fact that I have a home cctv system connected to it. 7 cameras. Using wired connections. All wired stuff is fine. They recommended a new router.