In order to connect CUJO to your network, you need to have a router or extender. If you have two routers at home, connect your CUJO with an Ethernet cable to the router that you wish to protect.
CUJO can be connected in two ways. The most common type is the direct connection. To connect it, just hook an ethernet cable into your router, follow instructions on your CUJO app and that's it.
- Router > CUJO
The second one is "Bridge" mode.
- Router > CUJO > Router/Switch
- Router > CUJO > Switch
Don't forget that your router could be the combination of modem and router in one device.
In either mode, CUJO supports both static and DHCP addressing by working as a transparent proxy. Whether static or dynamic, CUJO simply records all IP addresses assigned to its network devices. When DHCP messages occur on the network, CUJO sees it and updates its map, all in real-time.