Change internal ip address for CR1000B router
Maitre2P
Enthusiast - Level 1

I have a new #CR1000B Verizon router.  Its internal ip address is 192.168.1.1, and subnet is 255.255.255.1   I want to change it to 10.1.1.1 , 255.255.1.1.  because I already have statically addressed devices on that sub-net.  How do I accomplish this?

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Re: Change internal ip address for CR1000B router
Maitre2P
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I figured it out.  It is easy to get to the page where you change the number.  The problem is DHCP  which created a limit of address that prevented the ip address from registering.  Because we want to use a 255.255.0.0 mask, I had to limit DHCP  to 256 address in its range.

 

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Re: Change internal ip address for CR1000B router
Maitre2P
Enthusiast - Level 1

I figured it out.  It is easy to get to the page where you change the number.  The problem is DHCP  which created a limit of address that prevented the ip address from registering.  Because we want to use a 255.255.0.0 mask, I had to limit DHCP  to 256 address in its range.

 

Re: Change internal ip address for CR1000B router
Blaise-56
Enthusiast - Level 1

Please describe where in the setting pages I can change the router's LAN IPv4 address. You said it's easy to find, but it has eluded me so far!!

Thanks!

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Re: Change internal ip address for CR1000B router
Blaise-56
Enthusiast - Level 1

OK, I found it! For anyone else interested, it's at:

Network Settings   > Network Connections

click the Edit link to the right of the first entry