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mtnbikemedina
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Registered: ‎08-28-2011

Cisco Connect and Different Subnet / IP Address Range - It Works!

I was curious if I could use the Advanced UI on the router (http://192.168.1.1), configure a different IP address range, and still use Cisco Connect.

 

Yes this works.

 

From the router UI (192.168.1.1) I configured the IP address to be (for example) 192.168.105.1

I saved settings. The router rebooted. I power-cycled the router.

 

I connected my PC to the wifi network again, and went to (for example) http://192.168.105.1 and was able to log into the router UI. It picked up the new address and it is assigning DHCP addresses from this new range.

 

I started Cisco Connect software, and it found the router. It was easy.

 

The Router Details page shows everything correctly.

 

Success - advanced UI plus Cisco Connect.