You need to enable your DHCP settings to easily manage the devices connected on your network. When turned ON, it automatically assigns an IP addresse on a device that connects to your home network.

Steps to enable DHCP

  1. Open a web browser on a laptop or desktop computer, or a mobile device.
  2. Log in to your router's setup page. You will see the setup page on the back of your router, on the box it came with, or on the manual.
  3. Go to the network setup or LAN setup section.
  4. Locate the DHCP setting.
  5. Check if it is enabled. If disabled, change the setting to Enabled.
  6. Save the changes.
  7. Restart your router for the changes to take effect.

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