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manual ip adress

tomkud
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manual ip adress

Hello.

 

I have static IP, subnet mask, gateway and DNS from my ISP, but my router says : Invalid IP address. Please enter it again.Invalid gateway IP address. Please enter it again.Invalid primary DNS address. Please enter it again.

 

addreses is correct, others products works

 

Thanks

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antinode
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Re: manual ip adress

> I have static IP, subnet mask, gateway and DNS [...]

 

   With my weak psychic powers, I can't see any of them.

 

> [...] from my ISP, [...]

 

   Which is?

 

> [...] but my router [...]

 

   Has it a maker and model number?  Firmware version?

 

> [...] addreses is correct, [...]

 

   It's nice that you're happy, and you could be right, but, with no
actual evidence, not everyone will share your confidence.

 

> [...] others products works [...]

 

   _Which_ "others products"?


   Any useful information at all might be helpful.

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tomkud
Aspirant

Re: manual ip adress

Ant computer ir router, also other netgear router with same static ip. Why this model of router r7000p says incorect IP.

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antinode
Guru

Re: manual ip adress

> Ant computer ir router, also other netgear router with same static ip.

 

   That tells me approximately nothing.  I still can't see which values
you're specifying for which parameters.

 

> Why this model of router r7000p says incorect IP.

 

   Perhaps if I could see any of the numbers, I might be able to do more
than guess.  If you try to specify adresses from the LAN subnet for use
on the WAN/Internet side, then the router might complain about them.
But I can't see your LAN IP parameters, either.

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tomkud
Aspirant

Re: manual ip adress

solved problem myself

 

if internet adress is for example 172.15.23.5

 

router lan adress for ex. 192.168.1.1 is incorect, but 10.0.0.1 is correct, and work


@antinode wrote:

> Ant computer ir router, also other netgear router with same static ip.

 

   That tells me approximately nothing.  I still can't see which values
you're specifying for which parameters.

 

> Why this model of router r7000p says incorect IP.

 

   Perhaps if I could see any of the numbers, I might be able to do more
than guess.  If you try to specify adresses from the LAN subnet for use
on the WAN/Internet side, then the router might complain about them.
But I can't see your LAN IP parameters, either.



@antinode wrote:

> Ant computer ir router, also other netgear router with same static ip.

 

   That tells me approximately nothing.  I still can't see which values
you're specifying for which parameters.

 

> Why this model of router r7000p says incorect IP.

 

   Perhaps if I could see any of the numbers, I might be able to do more
than guess.  If you try to specify adresses from the LAN subnet for use
on the WAN/Internet side, then the router might complain about them.
But I can't see your LAN IP parameters, either.


 

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Re: manual ip adress

Which ISP?

 

What firmware version do you have on the device?

A number is more useful than "the latest". (It may not be by the time people read this.) There can also be newer versions, or "hot fixes", that do not show up if you check for new firmware in the browser interface.

It might also help if you told people what the modem is in front of this router, if there is one. The model number could be useful. Is it, by any chance, also a router, with a set of LAN ports on the back?

The reason for asking is that a lot of people turn up here trying to put a router behind a modem that is also a router. That can complicate troubleshooting.

Just another user.

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