Access your Secondary WiFi Router from Mobile – DHCP Disabled

Here is how you can easily access your secondary router from your mobile device even if DHCP is disabled. Though we have used an iPhone, the process is exactly the same on Android.

To get started, connect your router to the primary or secondary WiFi connection. Please note that they will share the same IP address if DHCP is disabled. Now, access your primary router.

In the primary router, you should be able to see all the connected devices to your router. Check to find the MAC address of the secondary router. You can find the MAC address on the back side of your router. Now, on the primary router, find the assigned IP address for that MAC address.

Now simply navigate to that particular router, and you will be able to access your secondary router. We hope this guide was useful. Thank you very much.



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