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Assign, change, or delete static IP addresses to devices connected to Norton Core

Norton Core's Address Reservation lets you reserve an IP address for a specific device. It then assigns the same IP address to that device each time that it connects to the Norton Core network.

You can assign a static IP address to network devices such as printers, network storage or gaming devices, IP cameras, or web servers and access them using their respective IP addresses. You have to manually set the static IP address for each device.

If the device has port forwarding rules set, you must disable port forwarding before you can assign a static IP address to that device.

Norton Core lets you change the third octet of the IP address with any value between 1 and 253. You can later change the assigned static IP address or remove it altogether.

Unlike most wireless routers, Norton Core reserves the third octet instead of the fourth. This allows Norton Core to avoid using the IP address pool typically reserved for DHCP servers, network protocols, or the router. It also lets Norton Core maintain a separate subnet for quarantined devices without changing the functionality of the static IP address.

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DOCID: v118380605_core_en_us
Operating System: Android, iOS
Last modified: 06/12/2018