We will show you how to edit your router settings so CUJO can work in DHCP mode.

You will need to make the changes as set out below to the DHCP Settings if you wish to connect your Router to CUJO in "DHCP mode".


Connect CUJO:

At this point your CUJO has to be connected using just bottom CUJO port:



Activate DHCP mode using CUJO app:

Before applying any changes on your router you have to activate DHCP Server 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.


Setup CUJO as DHCP server on the OnHub

1) Open OnHub app and go to "Network & General";


2) Proceed to "Advanced networking";


3) Navigate to "DHCP IP reservations";


4) On the bottom right corner of the "DHCP IP reservations" look for a circular button with a plus sign inside;


5) Choose the CUJO device and hit "Next"



6) Make sure not to change any values while being on this screen. Proceed by hitting "Next";


 7) After giving CUJO a reserved IP navigate back to your "Advanced Networking" and open "LAN";


8) Under the "DHCP Address Pool" change the "Starting IP" and "Ending IP" to the reserved IP of CUJO (in our case it was 192.168.86.21). Once you are done with changing "Starting IP" and "Ending IP" apply the settings by press "Save" button;


9) 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 the Google OnHub router.