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Netgear CVG 824g and Linksys SLM2024 24 port switch

Hiya people

I have just installed a Linksys SLM2024 switch in my house and it - along with my Netgear CVG 824g router - delivers internet access to around 20 devices requiring IP's.

My problem is: The Netgear router can only assign IP adresses in the 192.168.0.XXX range. which means I cannot access the Linksys SLM2024's online configuration page which is located at 192.168.1.254. Are there any way to force the Linksys switch into having an IP in the 192.168.0.XXX range? I could try and connect only my laptop, the switch and an old router I have in a network and letting the DHCP server in the old router give my switch the correct IP. Though that just seems like a real hassle if there is an easier solution.

Can you help me?

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Netgear CVG 824g and Linksys SLM2024 24 port switch

I solved the issue myself by requesting a new router from my internet provider Yousee.

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Re: Netgear CVG 824g and Linksys SLM2024 24 port switch

You can give your computer a static IP in the 192.168.1.x subnet and browse to the default IP for the switch and change its IP to the 192.168.0.x subnet.

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Netgear CVG 824g and Linksys SLM2024 24 port switch

Unfortunately that is not possible with this router. I tried to do just that and got an error message with the "You cannot have your own computer on the Guest IP LAN" - and I have no clue why I cannot. I found the answer to my original question on the Yousee forum. There are apparently quite a lot of people who are mad at the Netgear router.

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