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Configure your IP network to work optimally with your FreeSpeak II devices.
The FreeSpeak II Base is set to DHCP by default. For fast set-up, DHCP is the best option to use as the Base Station can be immediately connected to any network which provides DHCP. Most networks allocate IP addresses using DHCP. The addresses provided are dynamic and will change from time to time.
If your intercom installation becomes permanent, obtain a static IP address to avoid the Base IP address from changing periodically.
The netmask or subnet divides the network into sectors for more efficient routing and is required when allocating a static IP address to a Base Station. Your network administrator should provide details.
This setting is optional. It is required if your system navigates across subnets (as might be the case when accessing the CCM across networks, or linking systems). If not explicitly stated, Gateway will revert to the device IP address.
Set static IP address in the CCM.
Set static IP address from the Base Station menu screens.
- Disable DHCP
- Enter static IP address
- Edit subnet and gateway details as required.
Find the IP address in the front menu screens of your device.
|Note:||If you are having trouble connecting to the CCM for your Base Station, one possibility is an IP clash (two devices attempting to use the same IP address).|