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TP-link login ip is192.168.0.1

Example reserve ip:

192.168.0.212

192.168.0.81

 

Asus Router login IP is 192.168.1.1 and if i reserve ip in asus it will be 192.168.1.212 and 192.168.1.81

 

so if i change my router TP-link to Asus how can i use my reserve ip in asus router because they are ESXI server and other stuff and i dont want to reinstall everything. Please do reply.

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You understand you can change the lan network on the router to anything you want right... if you want to use 192.168.1/24 or 192.168.0/24 or 10.42.16/24 or 172.17.0/23 etc..

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1 hour ago, BudMan said:

You understand you can change the lan network on the router to anything you want right... if you want to use 192.168.1/24 or 192.168.0/24 or 10.42.16/24 or 172.17.0/23 etc..

You mean if i use asus router so then i can use login or ip 192.168.0.1 not 192.168.1.1 and just write old hdcp in asus? or you mean i can add in dhcp like 192.168.0.212 or any of them 192.168.1/24 or 192.168.0/24 or 10.42.16/24 or 172.17.0/23 etc.. thanks for the reply?

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I mean you log into it, change the network to whatever you want!!  If the new devices defaults to using 192.168.1/24 as its network - then change it to 192.168.0/24 network if that is what you want to use.

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18 hours ago, BudMan said:

I mean you log into it, change the network to whatever you want!!  If the new devices defaults to using 192.168.1/24 as its network - then change it to 192.168.0/24 network if that is what you want to use.

i dont want to change that ip in Devices or dont want to reinstall everything, that is why i am asking:) any suggestion?

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Dude what are you not getting?

 

If your router before was 192.168.0.1 before, and your devices were 192.168.0.X and .Y, etc..

 

And your new router is 192.168.1.1, then change it to 192.168.0.1 and now your devices can keep their 192.168.0.X address..  Its that freaking simple!!

 

What your new router "defaults" to means nothing... You can set its lan network to be whatever you want it to be..

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As BudMan also says, just change the Network Address on the new ASUS router to match your old TP-Link. I also fail to understand what your confusion is!

 

And in the future, don't set static addresses on individual devices, instead specify them in your Router itself. Far easier to manage and change them when done like this. :)

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I am not sure he set static on the device, sounds like he set a reservation... If that is the case he will need to redo those in his new router, or his devices will just get new addresses in whatever range he sets up on the new router..

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