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How To Connect (Via DD-WRT) To A Device Known By Its MAC Address?

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  • How to connect (via DD-WRT) to a device known by its MAC address?

    This question might seem odd at first, because the answer may look trivial: "Either assign a static IP address to it or just DHCP it." Well... this challenge turns out to be not so simple: The device in question is an "IP camera", accessible (at least theoretically) via both an Ethernet cable and WiFi. Accessing the camera via Ethernet is straightforward and works without any problem, after setting it up per the instructions: Device Name: IPCamera DHCP [No] IP Address: 1...


    Your network topology seems a bit too complex. If I were you, I would disable the DHCP server in the...

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