On the Advanced tab, you can create Private LAN IP Aliases that bridge up to two IP subnets with the WiFiRanger’s unique DHCP subnet. This feature allows for easily placing a WiFiRanger into an existing network that was on a different subnet with statically assigned devices.
By creating a Private LAN IP Alias, devices issued a DHCP address will also see anything statically assigned in the IP Alias range.
To make an IP alias, enter the desired Gateway IP and Subnet separate by a comma (no spaces). In this example, anything statically assigned with 192.168.0.xxx will be able to communicate with all other devices connected to the WiFiRanger which are receiving the regular DHCP addresses.
Here's an example of a Gateway IP with subnet in the proper format: xxx.xxx.xxx.1,255.xxx.xxx.0
Created : 2014-03-11 16:07:06, Last Modified : 2016-09-28 22:23:54