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Setting up a static IP

Last Updated: Jul 15, 2013 08:11PM UTC
One reason to set up a static IP is it can improve connectivity in some cases
  • Once you are connected to the adhoc network of your thermostat, Navigate to 192.168.10.1
  • Once you are at the first screen you will see and an "Advanced" option in the top right
  • Click on this and you will see the wireless network configuration page and will need to enter the following
  • SSID: This is your home network name (example "Bill's house")
  • Security: Select the type of security you are running on your router (example WPA2)
  • Security Pass-phase: The password for you network
  • Provisioning Pin: The 5 digit number found in the upper left hand corner of the thermostat (thermostat cannot  be accessed in simple screen mode)
  • IP address: change from DHCP to Static
  • Enter the IP address you want your thermostat to have. (needs to be an unused address and it need to be on the same subdomain as the router ie: if the router domain is 192.168.1.1 then set thermostat to something like 192.168.1.25)
  • Subnet Mask: Should match the subnet mask or you current network (most likely 255.255.255.0)
  • Gateway: This is the IP address of you router
  • Next click "Submit"


 

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