Static IP changes randomly

tayloredtech

TayloredTech
I have my Masso on a static IP of 192.168.1.7 (my local network DHCP range is set from .99- .249) so there is nothing at the same address
Randomly it changes to 192.168.1.140... and I just noticed it went back to .7!

Does this happen to anyone else?
 

testyourdesign

testyourdesign
@tayloredtech

I recall having a similar issue to that before. Seemed to go away after I changed my Masso to a higher number. I figured it was because I have many wifi based devices that log on and off all the time the lower numbers get used by other devices. Has been very stable for me ever since.

Cheers, Stephen Brown
 

tayloredtech

TayloredTech
Quote from testyourdesign on March 24, 2019, 1:32 pm

@tayloredtech

Did you try what I suggested?

Cheers, Stephen Brown

My DHCP server starts addressing at 1.100 so there are only static address under that and nothing near the 1.7 address so it should have zero issue with any conflicts...

MuchM
 

johnmina

johnmina
I was facing the same issue with my office router and this was preventing me from properly online browsing and very slow internet speed. After some searching, I read a tip on a forum and it worked, now my industrial router working fine.
Set a static IP address through Command Prompt:


  1. ) Open a command prompt by the right-clicking and opening administrator
  2. ) Type the following command:

netsh interface IP set address name="Local Area Connection" static192.168.1.5 255.255.255.0192.168.1.1
  • Local Area Connection will be your interface name.
  • The red address will be your static IP.
  • The blue set will be your subnet mask.
  • The green set of numbers will be your default gateway.
 

tayloredtech

TayloredTech
Quote from johnmina on April 1, 2019, 11:45 am

I was facing the same issue with my office router and this was preventing me from properly online browsing and very slow internet speed. After some searching, I read a tip on a forum and it worked, now my industrial router working fine.
Set a static IP address through Command Prompt:


  1. ) Open a command prompt by the right-clicking and opening administrator
  2. ) Type the following command:

netsh interface IP set address name="Local Area Connection" static192.168.1.5 255.255.255.0192.168.1.1
  • Local Area Connection will be your interface name.
  • The red address will be your static IP.
  • The blue set will be your subnet mask.
  • The green set of numbers will be your default gateway.

That would work on a PC but not on Masso :(
 
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