Local Area Network (LAN) Settings

From the LAN page, you can view and modify the Local Area Network (LAN) settings of the router. These settings apply only to your local network.

IP Address

Your router automatically has its IP address and Subnet Mask configured. If you need change these values, enter your new IP Address, Gateway, DNS Server, and Subnet mask and click Save at the bottom of the page.

When you change the IP address of your router, you may need to release and renew the IP addresses of your clients after the router reboots with its new IP address.

Note: The default LAN IP address of the router is and default Subnet Mask is

DHCP Server

The DHCP server can automatically assign IP addresses to wired and wireless clients that connect to the router.


The 802.1d spanning tree protocol is a management protocol that allows bridges within a network to communicate with each other to prevent loops within the network. This is enabled by default.

Static Routes

If you connect the router to an existing network as the primary gateway to the Internet, or connect another router to this router, you may need to establish Static Routes. This will allow the clients that are not directly connected to the router to access the network resources of the router's LAN.

Note: The default LAN IP address of the router is and default Subnet Mask is

    1. Enter the IP address of the destination network/host in the IP address field.

    2. Enter the Subnet mask for the destination host or network in the Subnet mask field. If you are adding a static route for a single host, this should be

    3. Enter the Gateway the router will use to send traffic to the destination network/host in the Gateway field.

    4. Enter the number of routers that this router must connect through in order to connect to the other network in the Hops field.

      The number of hops is determined by how many routers are between your router and the respective network.

      : If there is another router connected to the router's LAN port, you would enter 1 for the number of hops between the router's LAN port and any client connected to the second router.

    5. Click Add.

Note: You need to click Save to save all your new settings and reboot the router after you have completed all your changes.