We will show you how to apply a special configuration to your Eero router's DHCP server for CUJO to be able to override this functionality and act as a DHCP Server in your network. Eero is a special router that does not allow you to turn off the DHCP server, therefore we will use this workaround.

By doing so CUJO will be able to monitor all your network traffic and protect you from any Hackers and Intrusions.


You will need to make the changes as set out below, in the DHCP Settings of your Eero router if you wish to connect it to CUJO in "DHCP mode".


Setup CUJO as DHCP server and disable DHCP server on the Eero

1) Open Eero app and go to menu.


2) From menu on Eero app choose "Network Settings".


3) On "Network Settings" screen choose "Advanced Settings".


4) We will make all configuration changes using these "Advanced Settings" screen. First, choose "DHCP & NAT".


5) Select "Manual IP", select "10.0.0.0" and press "Save" button in upper right corner. Router may reboot.


6) On "Advanced Settings" screen choose "Reservations & Port Forwarding" and press "Add a reservation" button.   

   

7) We will need to add empty reservations manually. For each reservation choose "Enter manually".  


8) Add 10 empty reservations from 10 to 19 exactly as shown below. To save each of these press the "Save" button located in the upper right corner.

The MAC address consists of six pairs of digits separated by colons.

... continue up to 19 ..


9) Once you have all 10 empty reservations in place, go back to "DHCP & NAT" screen (same as shown in step 5). Scroll down to enter "Starting IP" of 10.0.0.10 and "Ending IP" of 10.0.0.19, exactly as shown below and press "Save".


10) Reboot CUJO (unplug power from CUJO and plug it back in).


Once both devices reboot, CUJO will start protecting all your network devices connected to Eero router.