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I have been dealing with network issues with ATT modem using my own router. I set the ATT modem/router to pa*sthrough mode and have my tplink ax1500 router running instead. The way my cameras are distributed half of them show with different IPs than the network the rln36 shows. 192.168.0.xxx vs 192.168.1.xxx. can I just a*sign them ips within the same network? I thought setting pa*sthrough mode would have addressed that setting up just one range as valid. I was going to post the question on the att forum but it has been down the last few days. Thanks.
I forgot to mention that this poe switch it plugged into the att modem router that I set to pa*sthrough not the tplink router. The modem is in my garage linked to the tplink router in the living room toward the center of my home. I'm hoping I don't have to run another ethernet cable. The cable to there was run from my solar install and that's where my Comcast modem/router was originally located.
@crashed-n-burned_319010346270934 The cameras have the be in the same network as the NVR. So you have
So you have DHCP running on both the ATT modem, TP router and NVR (leave it auto). Disable the TP link DHCP and check again. Otherwise unplug the cable from POE switch to ATT modem and connect it to your TP router.
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