NR5101 home networking subnet is different in Nebula webUI compared to local GUI

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GiuseppeR
GiuseppeR Posts: 163  Ally Member
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edited June 17 in Nebula

Hello,

looking into Nebula webUI I see 192.168.1.1 while on local GUI I configured another 192.168.x.0/24 subnet.

Why is this happening?

Have a nice day

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  • Zyxel_Kay
    Zyxel_Kay Posts: 719  Zyxel Employee
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    Hi @GiuseppeR

    When you modify the LAN port settings(Home networking) through your local web GUI, these changes are not automatically synced to the Nebula Control Center (CC). This is why you see a discrepancy between the IP address configured locally and the one shown on Nebula CC.

    For example, if you set your local network to use the 192.168.2.0/24 subnet through the local web GUI, Nebula CC might still show the default 192.168.1.1 IP address. To ensure consistency, you need to configure the network settings directly in Nebula CC. Once you make the changes in Nebula CC, these settings will be pushed to your device, and both interfaces will reflect the same configuration.

    If you need any assistance with configuring the settings in Nebula CC, feel free to ask.

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    Kay

  • GiuseppeR
    GiuseppeR Posts: 163  Ally Member
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    edited June 19
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    Hello @Zyxel_Kay

    it is correct, the setup of this parameter does not sync with local GUI when you configure it inside local GUI.

    To see it properly you have to set it up from Nebula webUI and then Nebula pushes it into router.

    Have a nice day too 😁

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