Re: Reset IP settings
- Reverting to the stock firmware did not solve the problem since DHCP seemed to be enabled by default. On the other hand I managed to get the IP thanks to the nmap utility.
nmap -sP 192.168.1.0/24
does a ping scan through the complete 192.168.1.* network.
Thank you very much!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mark Spohr <mhspohr@...> wrote:
> I had this problem and apparently it is difficult to reset the IP
> address and options to "default" so it always keeps the old settings.
> I was finally able to figure out the address by looking at my router
> table of connected devices.