DHCP mode: Sky Router
Modified on: Sun, 9 Dec, 2018 at 10:57 AM
We will show you how to turn off the DHCP Server of your Sky Router in order to have CUJO start working in DHCP Server mode.
This will make it so that the Cujo is the only DHCP server in your network. If you will need to disconnect the Cujo in the future, remember to first reverse these changes in your router's settings page.
At this point your CUJO has to be connected using just bottom CUJO port:
Activate DHCP mode using CUJO app:
Before turning off the DHCP server on your Router you have to activate it on CUJO (DHCP server will not be started yet until you reboot CUJO).
If you see the manual setup instructions page on the CUJO app, this means the DHCP server was activated on CUJO.
Turn OFF DHCP on your Router:
Once you have connected CUJO and activated DHCP mode on it, you can turn off DHCP on your Router;
1) Login to your Sky router using the link and credentials below;
2) Navigate to the "Advanced" section and select "Lan IP Setup" in the menu. Find the checkbox right next to "Use Router as DHCP Server" and uncheck it. Then, hit the "Apply" button right underneath this section. Lastly, check the box next to "Disable IPv6" and hit apply underneath that section.
3) Logout of your Sky router and reboot it by unplugging it from the power and plugging it back in.
Once it reboots, CUJO will start working in DHCP Server mode and protecting all your network devices connected to the Sky router.
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