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Kronos Time clock keeps changin its assigned IP to 172.1.203.71

Posted on 2010-08-31
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We are trying to congfigure the Kronos IP on a test clock and the IP continues to change back to 172.1.203.71.

What is causing this?  How do we stop it?
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by:Tomas Valenta
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Look if you correctly saved static IP address. The IP address is changed after restart ? If you have DHCP server on your network you can easy setup IP address reservation to the MAC address of your Kronos and in configuration of the Kronos setup Network to Dynamicaly assigned.
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by:Tomas Valenta
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Hi Manelson05,
did you try my recommendations ?
Thanks
Tominov
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The cause of the hange was setting a device to Server initiated then later changing that setting to device initiated. It will by defaulta ccept the 172.x.x.x ip.
I found this out from Kronos Portal supersearch.
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