We will guide you through the process of using advanced DHCP settings and assigning static IP addresses.


Check minimum requirements:
CUJO firmware version 2011 (MENU > SETTINGS > Choose your CUJO (bottom of the screen))
CUJO app version 1.2 (MENU > SUPPORT (bottom of the screen))


Setting your own DHCP subnet and other advanced settings.


1. In CUJO app menu, tap “SETTINGS”.
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2. In “SETTINGS”, tap on your CUJO device to enter “CUJO CONFIGURATION”.
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3. At the bottom of the window, there are two options: “ADVANCED DHCP SETUP” and “STATIC IP ADDRESSES”. We are going to use “ADVANCED DHCP SETUP”.
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4. In the “CUJO DHCP SETTINGS”, you’ll find parameters you can change:
* LEASE TIME. This value is represented in hours
* IP ADDRESS. This is your CUJO (gateway) IP address
* IP SUBNET MASK. Default subnet mask IP. You can leave it as it is
* STARTING IP ADDRESS. This is the first IP for DHCP IP range
* ENDING IP ADDRESS. This is the last IP for DHCP IP range 
Further down you will find a section to change addresses of your preferred DNS servers.
Once you have all parameters in place, save them by taping on accept sign (✓) in the top right corner.

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5. As soon as you save changes, CUJO will ask your permission to reboot so it can restart CUJO with new settings. Tap “OK” to accept or “DISCARD ALL CHANGES” to cancel.
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6. Once you click “OK”, CUJO will start rebooting. Jx3bGcVWeAyx5U3eTP7rhhbEnY5ao8yxpg.png

 

Assigning static IP addresses to your devices.


1. In CUJO app menu, choose “SETTINGS”.
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2. In “SETTINGS”, tap on your CUJO device to enter “CUJO CONFIGURATION”.
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3. Down, at the bottom of the window, there are two options: “ADVANCED DHCP SETUP” and “STATIC IP ADDRESSES”. We are going to use “STATIC IP ADDRESSES”.
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4. In the “STATIC IP ADDRESSES” window you’ll find all devices connected to your network and recognized by CUJO.
Let’s set a static IP for our Windows PC. At the moment, it states that this device has no static IP (“STATIC” check mark (✓) is in grey).
Tap on grey “STATIC” sign (✓).
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5. Once you tap on “STATIC” next to the device, it moves to “ASSIGNED IP ADDRESSES” section. Here you can change device’s IP as needed. K8IHD_Vq1awAznn3QQ1ekyukSAzHmaUZbg.png

6. Enter the desired static IP address for that device. Be sure that it is between the starting and ending IP address range for your DHCP server. Once you have made all the necessary changes, save them by taping on accept sign (✓) in the top right corner. 4yVBGvegjORXCN7wZF6o9WQObkNuHjKQiQ.png

7. As soon as you save changes, CUJO will ask your permission to reboot so it can restart CUJO with the new settings. Tap “OK” to accept or “DISCARD ALL CHANGES” to cancel.
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8. Once you click “OK”, CUJO will start rebooting.
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9. Once CUJO reboots, simply restart the device(s) for which you have set the static IP.
From now on, CUJO will always give that device(s) the same static IP address.