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Hi, Please add an option to set the ip-address manually on the WiFi cameras. I have two cameras, an Argus and a RLC-410WS. I have expanded my WiFi range using two internet radios that act as extenders and that works. However, those devices have no options for manually assigning ip-adresses, which leads to the cameras getting the same IP address and stuff gets difficult. I have to connect to each WiFi extender manually to manage the camera attached there and am not able to administer both cameras without switching access point on my iPad.If I could set it manually it would help a ton.ThanksJan9A44B3A1-24F3-44F5-9D14-24BD7CDD8D22.jpeg86154C40-8C28-4AF8-8BAE-C55610B6CA8F.jpeg
One can set static addresses using the web or desktop clients, if you were unaware. Simply connect to the setup option and locate the NETWORK section. Mine looks like the image below and make sure it is set to STATIC. Enter in your numbers and make sure you save it when done. That way it will be retained on reboot. Screen-Shot-2018-02-16-at-4.10.36-PM.png
Besides what @Quella suggested, you are also able to do it in an alternate way-1. Login to the cams on Reolink App/Client to check their MAC addresses.2. Login to the router, navigate to the MAC address/IP address binding section, and you are able to set a fixed IP for each cam. No conflict ever since.Hope it helps
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