Clear Spot Voyage Can't Change LAN IP with 192.168.0.0
After replaced my Apollo with Voyage, this new access point sucks big time that it did not permit me to change its LAN IP as always 192.168.1.0.
I have a VM with Oracle DB running on my laptop is on a diff. subnet (220.127.116.11), the DB listener needs to fire up with a static IP and this is also required for oracle clients to make connection to the database. In addition, I have a Win7 DNS running to resolve 50 some of my VMs. This Clear AP sucks up on everything I have .
Here is the problem:
My home network is on 18.104.22.168. When I am home, I will connect to the cable on this subnet and to the reset of my computers. So making any change on my laptop each time when switching between Clear and cable is not acceptable. by changing my existing network to 192.168.1.0 subnet just out of the question since so many things to change.
Here is what I need :
1.) When I on the road, I will use Clear. I must able to connect locally to my 199 subnet VM and the oracle database, and use Clear for the internet.
2.) When I am home, I will use cable. I can re-connect to the internet and to all my computers. Strictly 199 subnets.
Here is how I fixed this problem.
Setup Windows 7 wireless adapter for static IP as: 22.214.171.124 255.255.255.0 126.96.36.199 (default gateway, router)
also add the following IP alias to wireless adapter
192.168.1.100 (this is clear 192 subnet from Voyage) 255.255.255.0
The interface should bind with 2 IPs. =========================================== Create two scripts must run as administrator before making switch between Clear and Cable.
is there any benefit to adding a airport express to my already existing clear hub via ethernet connection to a macbook pro in witch i will be using wirelessly mostly along with several cell phones.if so should any connections be changed on the hub