P10 network settings


#1

my internal network at my office is behind two routers as such it is not the common 192… mine is 10.0.0.x the p10 seems not to change . how do I change the device???


#2

It sounds to me that the routers are Apple (Extreme, Express or Time capsule).

Normally they produce DHCP in ranges 192.168.x.x/172.6.x.x or 10.0.x.x.



#3

No the first one is fios . the second is netgear . i do not want my company workers peering into my private network. so how do i configure the p10 ???


#4
No the first one is fios . the second is netgear . i do not want my company workers peering into my private network. so how do i configure the p10 ???

You have to make sure that the P10 is on the same subnet if you connect it to a DHCP server (your router).
I suggest you set it up with a static IP, Subnet and Gateway.
Make sure that if you use two routers, the downstream one is configured in bridge mode to make sure that both routers does not submit DHCP addresses at the same time, which would create conflicts.
You can use the Fing app on your iDevice to discover the P10 IP address distributed by your router:
https://itunes.apple.com/no/app/fing-network-scanner/id430921107?l=nb&mt=8

After you have saved your configuration you might connect via a web browser (by entering the IP address). I am using a wifi access point on my LAN to connect with it.

Example found below:



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#5

I understand what you are saying but how do I get to menu to make changes

How is this done. I can display but not configure help please. And Ty for responding

ALD


#6


I understand what you are saying but how do I get to menu to make changes
How is this done. I can display but not configure help please. And Ty for responding
ALD

You just enter the DHCP IP address given by your router into your web browser (in my case 192.168.1.9) and then you can access the P10 menus and make changes from dynamic to static IP (etc.).


#7

Oh sorry I thought is was done from the p10 menu . I have two other p5 but never had to change anything .



Silly me np I will do it in the morning and thanks for the heads up on router settings.



AlD


#8

Just as an FYI, the P5 works the same way. :slight_smile:


#9

I’m sure it does , and if I just read the manual… Thanks all