If you want to connect your Ui24R to an existing network, or want to create a special network for your mixer, you need to choose an IP address outside the range managed by the router. Find this out from the router control panel – typically at http://192.168.1.254/
Imagine a street of houses and a hotel. You want your mixer to be in one of the houses – with a fixed address so that you can go to 192.168.1.60 (for example) from any browser. If you rely on the hotel manager to allocate you a room in the hotel, ie using DHCP, your browsers will have to find out in which room the mixer is – and this will change; one day it will be at 192.168.1.123 and another 192.168.1.136.
Once you have picked a suitable address, you need to go to Settings -> Network and change the LAN settings.
Go to Settings > Network > Config
Log in as the administrator
Go to LAN Configuration and make these settings (will be dependent on your router):
IP address: 192.168.1.60
Power cycle the mixer; switch it off and restart after 30 seconds.
On your computer, normally the network adapter is given its own IP address by the DHCP function on the router.
Set your network adapter to:
Obtain an IP address automatically
Obtain DNS server address automatically
For a cable connection. you need one Cat5 network cable. Connect this between the Ui24R Ethernet socket ( not Ethernet 2) and your router.
In your browser, go to http://126.96.36.199.60 … and the mixer software should load.
To maintain channel sync across multiple browser windows/tabs on the same computer/device, across different displays or even between devices, enable ‘Sync ID’. You can then open multiple GUI windows in any view.
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