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    Default Hello I moved and dont have access to 192.168.1.xx adresses

    How can I change it to my show address that would be 192.168.0.xxx.

    I must not have had the ip set static. I cant get into the gui to change anything Help. Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Hello I moved and dont have access to 192.168.1.xx adresses

    I think you might fare better going to falconchristmas.com and mentioning which controller it is you cannot login to. On my Kulp, it would be easy: the OLED screen tells me the IP address, and I just leave it set to DHCP. My router is already auto-assigning 192.168.0.x addresses.

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    Default Re: Hello I moved and dont have access to 192.168.1.xx adresses

    Tonycott,

    The user guide is here (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...9qnK5RixU/edit).

    • Section 5.3 will tell you how to factory reset the Falcon. If i remember correctly, the factory default is DHCP and the Falcon will pull an IP/GW/DNS address automatically, but you will loose your configuration. (easiest method)
    • Section 4.1.2 tells you how to set the Falcon to DHCP so it will get an IP from the 192.168.0.x/24 network. Once you get a DHCP address, you can web in. Additionally, you can statically assign a 192.168.0.x/24 through the OLED. (next easiest method)
    • Not certain of your networking ability, so if you go with a static IP address via the OLED, your Mask will be 255.255.255.0 your gateway (GW) will be 192.168.0.1 (router IP/the same GW on your computer), DNS will also be 192.168.0.1. (not that difficult)
    • You could temporarily change your computer IP address to a static one in the 192.168.1.x/24 network. Web into the Falcon change it's IP address, then reset your computer IP back to DHCP. (Need to know a bit of networking)
    • If you have admirative access to the router, you can also change the DHCP pool to the 192.168.1.x/24 network, but that is the least simplest method to do.


    -Tony
    Last edited by ChiefWarrant; 09-16-2022 at 01:05 AM.
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    Default Re: Hello I moved and dont have access to 192.168.1.xx adresses

    It would be hopeful to know which device FPP is installed on and how you have it connected. There are small differences how to solve the problem depending on the device. If it wasn’t set to a static IP, just plug it into your router with an Ethernet cable and then look for it under “attached devices” in your router.

    Of course, you could also just set your new router to the 192.168.1 subnet. That would take a hot two minutes and a router reboot.

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