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Wifi Device with 10 ip rather than 192 Address

How would I connect and be able to ping a 10.10. ...... wifi device via my BT Hub that has a gateway address of 192.168.1.254?

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Re: Wifi Device with 10 ip rather than 192 Address

With IP starting 10 suggests a connection to the BTWIFI network from your BT hub. This broadcast from hub but is not a problem and connection do not have access to your home network .  This can be turned of in MYBT but you lose access to BTWIFI when you are away from home



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Re: Wifi Device with 10 ip rather than 192 Address

If you have a 10.10 device that is connected to your WiFi, the changing the ip address on a PC or pad etc. that is connected to your network from 192... to a static 10.10.x.x address would allow you ping that device you want to.

All 10.x.y.z addresses are private as such you will not be able to ping them over the Internet.

 

A little more information about what the objective is might get you a more detailed answer.

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