High Power Wireless-N 600mW Range Extender
SR10000

Helpful Tips:

IP Settings:
The network addresses of the Range Extender are typically defined by your Home Network. Once connected to your Home Network, the Range Extender automatically receives IP settings from the home router. If there is no connection to a Home Network, the Range Extender automatically assigns itself a default IP, Subnet Mask and Gateway setting.

To set manual settings, you will need to disable the DHCP settings first.

DHCP:
It is recommended that you do not change the DHCP settings for the Range Extender. The Range Extender uses an AUTO DHCP feature that sets the IP settings automatically depending on the connection status of the Range Extender. Disabling this feature may cause connection issues.

Static DHCP:
This allows specific devices to be given a specific IP address each time the device connects to the network.  The DHCP server will always assign the same IP address to the same device.  This feature is often used for shared devices such as network printers or servers.

Auto-load Menu (Auto-DNS):
When the Range Extender loses connection to your Home Network, it will automatically redirect your web browser to the web menu. To turn this feature off, you can disable Auto-DNS.

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Extended Network IP Settings (LAN)

Adjust the IP Settings for the Range Extender as well as the DHCP server for the Extended Network.


IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway:
DHCP:
DHCP Client Range:
-  
Static DHCP:
Auto-Load Menu (Auto-DNS):
Enabled   Disabled
Note: Disabling Auto-DNS will require that you access the web menu using the IP address of this device. It is recommended that you note your IP address before changing this mode. If you are no longer able to access the web menu, you will need to perform a hardware reset.
Domain Name:
802.1d Spanning Type:
Clone MAC Address: