Help how to disable DHCP and config 2 ZTE MC7010 routers to Asus GT-AXE16000 statically

ASSAD

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Hello guys

I have question about zte mc7010 router first let me explain what i have (routers) after will ask the question.

Now what i have is 3 routers. 2 ZTE MC7010 outdoor and 1 ASUS GT-AXE16000 and the 2 zte routers 5G feeding or connected to ASUS router the 2 ZTE one are primary and the other secondary so the question is.


Can i disable the DHCP for the 2 zte routers and make them static but i can even enter there WEBUI from ASUS router and ASUS router handle the DHCPS i don't know if my question clear to you guys ? If you think there's a way yes. How explain to me please ?

I attach one photo each on zte router advanced setting router page and Asus GT-AXE16000 WAN - Internet Connection page.

Thank you guys
 

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lishan89

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If i am understanding you correctly, I think you are already on the right track. So first you want to connect to Asus router and go to the lan setting to make sure you are under the right subnet. For example if the ip address of your Asus router is 192.168..1.1 then you connect to your zte routers and set your zte routers's ip address to that subnet. ie. 192.168.1.2 and/or 192.168.1.3 and also disable dhcp. to access the zte router you will then use 192.168.1.2 or whatever you have set.
 

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