Local Area Network
In this and the following articles we will talk about the IN-Route P52 web user interface (webUI). To access the interface, please charge your router, switch it into WiFi mode and connect to it´s WiFi network. For more details please follow the instructions for the Router Login. To follow this article, please make sure that your router´s webUI is switched to the Advanced Mode - the Simple Mode will not contain all the options we are covering here. Please be also aware that what we are doing here can be considered an advanced configuration. In most cases you will be fine just following the First Steps Configuration discussed earlier. So, are you up to some advanced routing terminologies and exciting features? Then lets go!
The router is set to automatically assign IP addresses to new wireless devices (DHCP: active). This is the standard procedure used by laptops and mobile devices to automatically connect to a network. If you switch it off, you will have to manually assign an IP address from the 192.168.169.0/24 subnet to your device to be able to connect.
The DHCP Service allows your router to automatically integrate new devices into your network by assigning them a IP address. Set your wireless devices (laptop, mobile phone, etc.) to Obtain an IP Address automatically to take advantage of this service. The list below the settings shows you summary of all automatically assigned IP addresses.