We will show you how to modify your router settings so that CUJO could work in DHCP mode.
You will need to change the DHCP Settings as set out below if you wish to connect your Router to CUJO in "DHCP mode".
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 the DHCP Server on CUJO (DHCP server will not be started 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 the DHCP mode on it, you can turn off the DHCP Server on your Router by following the steps below;
1) Login to your SuperHub router the default password can be found on the bottom of the router listed as "Password".
Default login link: http://192.168.0.1
2) Navigate to the "Advanced settings" tab.
3)Scroll down until you will find "DHCP" section and select "DHCP Reservation".
4) Find CUJO in your "Attached Devices" table and mark the checkbox to the left of it.
Once CUJO is chosen press "Add Reservation" and hit the "Apply" button.
5) Navigate back to your "Advanced Settings" and scroll down until you will find the "DHCP" section and select "DHCP Settings".
6) In the "DHCP" section change "IP Address" to the IP that you reserved for CUJO (in our case it was 192.168.0.2). Set the number of the "Max Users" to 1 and hit the "Apply" button.
7) Reboot CUJO (unplug power from CUJO and plug it back) and the router.
Once both devices reboot CUJO will start protecting all your network devices connected to your Superhub router.