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Re: Superhub 3 internal network address

Please send me details of changing the superhub 3 to a range 192.168.1.x

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Grahame

 

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Re: Superhub 3 internal network address

Just log into the Hub 3 and navigate to the Advanced Settings/ DHCP page. There you can change it.

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Re: Superhub 3 internal network address


@hambo1946 wrote:

Please send me details of changing the superhub 3 to a range 192.168.1.x


You can't have that range.

 

 

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Re: Superhub 3 internal network address


@legacy1 wrote:

@hambo1946 wrote:

Please send me details of changing the superhub 3 to a range 192.168.1.x


You can't have that range.

 Yes - of course. Legacy is right.  That's one of the reserved ranges (by VM) for guest networks.  Sorry I forgot to mention that.

 

 

 


 

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Re: Superhub 3 internal network address

so how do you do this how do you change the subnet mask?
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Re: Superhub 3 internal network address

How do you do what? Why have you mentioned the "subnet mask"?

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Re: Superhub 3 internal network address


@mooseman999 wrote:
so how do you do this how do you change the subnet mask?
Robin

Like VM want to support 253 LAN IP's let alone that for you to change the subnet mask to 255.255.0.0 for the LAN.

 

 

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Re: Superhub 3 internal network address

Is it necessary that the second router necessary to use 192.168.1.* range (e.g. the suggested TP-Link Archer C7) be a cable router? Unless I've misunderstood, the only thing involved will be Ethernet, since the second router would be connecting to the VM Hub.

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Re: Superhub 3 internal network address

Not necessarily a 'cable router' but it would need to have an Ethernet WAN port, which effectively rules out most of the standard xDSL modem/routers.
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Re: Superhub 3 internal network address

Ah, yeah, just looked at my "collection" of routers and you're right. It so happens that the one I had in mind *does* have an ethernet WAN port, so I'm using that 🙂

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