How to setup Tenda N4 Static IP mode

How to setup Tenda N4 Static IP mode

Product line: Wireless   Model number: N4

This article will guide you how to setup Tenda N4 Static IP mode and the steps as below.

Note: If you have no idea about what is the internet connection type, the accountsIP address ,subnet mask , gateway ,primary DNS ,secondary DNS),please call your ISP to confirm it.

Part 1: Connect the devices

Part 2: Configure your computer

Part 3: Setup the router

Part 4: Check whether you can access internet

Connect the broadband line with the WAN port of N4, and then connect your computer with LAN port of N4 by a cable.

Note: after connection the SYS light should be blinking, PWR and WLAN lights should be on or blinking.

1. Click on Network Connection Icon on the system bar, then click on Open Network and Sharing Center.

2. Click on Change adapter settings.

3. Right click on Local Area Connection, then choose the Properties option.

4. Double click on Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4).

5. Choose Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically and then click OK.

6. Also click on OK on the first Local Connection Properties window.

3.1 Setup the router in home page

3.1.1 Open a browser then type 192.168.0.1 in the Address bar, click on Enter.

3.1.2 Click on Advanced on the right of the page to login the advanced setting page.

3.1.4 Click on the Advanced then click on the Internet connection setup option on the left of the page, then open the Dropdown Menu of the Internet Connection Type then choose the Static IP option, after that type the accounts that provided by your ISP then click on Ok to save the settings.

Note: type the Secondary DNS Server as 8.8.8.8 if your ISP does not provide it.

3.1.5 After setting, please click on Tools, and click on Reboot then hit on the Reboot The Router button to reboot the router for refreshing the device info.

4.1 Click on Advanced to login the advanced setting page, then check the Status if the Connection Status shows Connected that means you can access internet, please check.

4.2 If you can’t, please click here and follow the steps below.

4.2.1 When the Connection Status shows Disconnected, it means that there are some problem with the WAN Connection. please check hardware connection.

4.2.2 When the Connection Status Show Connecting, please try the steps as below:

A: Click Advanced——MAC Clone——Clone MAC Address to clone your computer’s MAC address to the router’s WAN port, then click Ok to save the setting and click Reboot.

B: Click Advanced——LAN Settings ——IP address, change it to 192.168.10.1, click Ok to save the setting and the router will reboot automatically.

C: If the Connection Status is still Connecting, please reboot the modem and router together.

 

 

 

 

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