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Need to change ip address for my camera

I installed a new cable modem and a new router. Now I have a new IP address on my WinXP PC. The problem is that my camera stopped working. It appears that it is now on a different subnet. my new IP address ends in 1.1 and my webcam ends in 0.99. I need to change it to 1.99 but everytime I try to get into the camera settings by typing in the ip in the browser it comes up with "page cannot be displayed".

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    need my ip addres how can i to change?

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How is your webcam connected to your network? Is it connected to your PC or your router?

If it is connected to your router, go into the router settings and see if the router reassigned a new ip address to the camera. If you set the router up for DHCP, it will automatically assign IP addresses to all devices that are connected to it, as long as the individual devices are also set to dynamic IP addressing. Your router is set up for the 1.0 network, so your pc is most likely 1.2, while your router port connecting to your home network is 1.1.

Another thing you can do is make sure your webcam is turned on and go into 'My Network Places', then click on workgroup computers. See if the webcam is listed there.

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Ok here is what you do

1.) disconnect your internet cable
2.) connect your router to your computer
3.) in internet explorer type 192.168.1.1
4.) enter your username and password
5.) click on Lan
6.) In the ip address box change your router ip to a new ip
e.g. 192.168.1.2
7.) Click on DHCP AND ENABLE THE DHCP SERVER
8.) Click on wan
9.) In Wan settings choose static ip address
10.) set the static ipaddress to the ipaddress you entered for your router
11.) set your subnet mask
12.) In the isp gateway enter your modem ip e.g 192.168.0.1
13.) as your primary dns enter your modem ip e,g 192.168.0.1
14 save changes and exit

YOU CAN HAVE THE ROUTER AUTOMATICALLY ASSIGN AN IP ADDRESS TO EACH SYSTEM OR YOU CAN SET IT AUTOMATICALLY

FOR AUTOMATIC ASSIGN JUST CONNECT THE CABKLE

FOR STATIC IP(recommended)
double click on the network icon to the buttom of your screen e.g LOCAL AREA CONNECTION

Click on Properties

Double Click on Internet Protocol(TCP/IP)

Enter the ip address you want the computer to have using the same 3 bloacks as your router e.g 192.168.1.10

Enter your sub net mask

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Enter the Prefered Dns as also your Modem ip 192.268.1.1

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address. Remove the WI FI router - turn off P.C and then Go to cmd or dos prompt if windows based system and type in ipconfig and press enter to see if ip addresses are 10.0.0.2 if they are your dlink router uses 192.168.0.1 so you need to make the dlink router ip addressand subnet setting to match the Modem ip addresses of the DHCP server. Change the ip address of the dlink router to be 10.0.0.2 and change the modem to allocate DHCP IP addresses from 10.0.0.10 to 10.0.0.255. Only do this if IP addresses are 10,0,0,1 to 10.0.0.,254 on the desktop p.c with the dsl or cable modem connected.without the router being involved. (you may need to ask the ISP what the user name and password is of the modem and it should be ip address xx.xx.xx.1 so type this into a browser to change the modem settings. 10.0.0.1 or 192.168.0.1 just remember if the modem is 192.168.0.1 so is the Wi router from d-link and you will have an ip clash problem)
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Click on Apply Changes button.You may lose connectivity to the router, but you can reconnect by typing in the new IP Address 192.168.89.1. You may need to renew the IP address of the PC, but that can be easily done by rebooting the system if it doesn't happen automatically.

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I am trying to install a Netgear WGR614v9 router. Disk will not install it, so tried a manual install. Shut down all firewalls, used no passwords or security settings. It keeps throwing me back to the...


The router needs to be configured manually. Follow the steps below.

Basic DSL Setup - PPPoE

Most Internet Service Providers offer PPPoE authentication. Please consult your ISP if you are not sure if PPPoE could be used.

To configure your router for PPPoE you will need to set your router's WAN (INTERNET) port to 'PPPoE' option. However majority of Modems nowadays already have PPPoE enabled. If your modem has PPPoE client built-in, you need to select the 'DHCP' option in your router. The router is set to this option by default.

Configuration steps:

Step 1

Connect the broadband modem to the WAN (INTERNET) port of your router. If the modem has USB connection make sure that it is NOT connected to any computers via the USB cable and that the modem is switched to Ethernet (not USB). Only the modem's Ethernet port should be connected to the router's WAN (INTERNET) port.
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After logging into the router select Setup. Set Internet Connection to 'PPPoE' option.
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To configure your router for Cable you will need to set your router's WAN (INTERNET) port to 'Dynamic IP' (DHCP) option. The router is set to this option by default.

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Step 1 Connect the cable modem to the WAN (INTERNET) port of your router. If the modem has USB connection make sure that it is NOT connected to any computers via the USB cable and that the modem is switched to Ethernet (not USB). Only the modem's Ethernet port should be connected to the router's WAN (INTERNET) port.
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Step 2 Open your Internet Explorer and log into your router by typing in its IP address (in most cases the default IP is http://192.168.1.1 ). Note that you do not have to be on the Internet in order to access this address because you are just connecting to your router's address. Specify username and password for your router, default is `admin' and password is blank (nothing). Or password is admin as well.

Step 3 After logging into the router select Setup. Set Internet Connection to 'Dynamic IP (DHCP)' option.
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Step 4 Click on SAVE SETTINGS and then on REBOOT THE DEVICE to apply the new configuration.

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- Select the MAC Cloning option. Click on Clone MAC Address button. Do this from the computer which the cable modem was directly connected to the last time. This will place the MAC address of your computer into the router. Save settings and reboot the router. Reboot your cable modem as well.

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- Uninstall your antivirus/firewall software (sometimes disabling or closing the software is not enough) and reboot your PC. After establishing the Internet connection through the router, reinstall your antivirus/firewall software.

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Yes I have a suggestion, here is what you need to do.
1 Make sure your new router is connected to the Ethernet port on the DSL/Cable Modem, you never specified which type of modem you have, if I knew this information I could assist you even more accurately. Your PC should be connected to the new router also on one of the Ehternet ports, they usually have 4. You need to verify your computer (PC) is getting the DHCP information from the new Router(Linksys) This can easily be determined using this command in az DOS window. If you are using Windows XP, again you did not specify your PC's OS, go to "Start", then "Run" and type in "cmd", withouth the quotes.
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The important thing to look for here is your Network cards IP Address, Default Gateway, Primary and Secondary Domain Servers Addresses. These should nearly match your daughters information, except for the IP address, whcih will be close but the last number(s) will be different. Most of the time the problem is due to both the modem and the router are on the same network and are both running DHCP, which is what gives out the IP address, default gateway and DNS information for your PC and your Daughters to use for Internet access. It could also be that your PC has the same IP address as her's, whcih will cause the exact problem you are discribing as well. If you turn off her laptop and can then access the Internet on your PC, then this is exactly what is happening. You will then need to make sure the Linksys Router and the DSL/Cable Modem are on a different network, by changing the address of one or the other, it is easiest for you to probably just change the Router. It is problably set to 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 Hook your PC directly into the modem again. run the command "ipconfig /all" and look at the IP address it gives your PC. If this is the same as the one your Router is giving, then you have found your problem. Unplug from the modem an again plug straight into the router, nothing else. Open a web browser and type in http://192.168.x.x whatever the IP address is for the default gateway that is shown on your PC. You should get a login window. By default Linksys usually uses admin as the username and password, consult your manual to be certain. In the web page that opens, your manual can help you further here as well, there should be a "Setup" link you can click where you can change the "LAN" network IP Address. You only need to change the 3rd number, as in 192.168."X".1 If the modem was 192.168.1.0 for example change the Routher to 192.168.2.0 and you should be fine. Please let me know if this has helped or if you need further assistance.

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