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Local network device IP addresses - are these okay?
Just set up my Core and I was wondering if it is normal for my device's IP addresses to be formatted like they are. I am not a network guy, so this may be fine, but...
My old routers would always be something like 192.168.71.#.
All of my devices connected to the Core are x.y.#.#. So I have some devices as x.y.20.2 and x.y.15.28.
First, is it okay that the first two are not 192.168?
Second, is it okay that the last TWO (and not just the last one) set of digits are different on the devices? I'm not used to seeing the last two sets of digits be random like that on my own network. Usually, it's only the last set of digits that differ. I'm also not used to seeing anything but 192.168 to start.
Thanks for clearing this up for me.
(Side note: any way to return to 192.168.x.y?)