[Answer ID: 14583]

How to: setup static IP for wireless client (PC, Camera or TV etc) that will work with Buffalo Router.

Created 08/02/2012 06:41  |   Updated 11/27/2012 05:33

 

1- Select a LAN IP address that is unused. The LAN IP address should be out side of DHCP address range.

The default Router IP is 192.168.11.1 . DHCP range in User Friendly firmware is 192.168.11.2 through 192.168.11.65

DHCP range in Professional Firmware is 192.168.11.100 through 192.168.11.149.

For example the IP address : 192.168.11.51 can be used as a static client IP.

To see DHCP settings , refer to actual product settings from administrative WEB Interface.

If Client is Windows Vista or Windows7, follow the bellow steps to set wireless (interface or) adapter to static IP.

 

Windows Vista/7

 

 

Step 1:
Click the Start button, followed by Control Panel.

 

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Step 2:
Click
View network status and tasks


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Step 3:
Click Change adapter settings.

 


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Step 4:

Right Click on the adapter

 

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Select Property.

 

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Step 5:

Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click Property button.

 

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Step 6:

 

Click Use the following IP address. Next, Enter IP address subnet Mask and click OK.

 

 

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On Windows XP

 

 

1 . Go to Start menu and click : Control Panel | Network Connections Image.

2. Right Click on the adapter and select properties.

3. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click Property button.

4. Click Use the following IP address. Next, Enter IP address subnet Mask and click OK.



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