Setting a static IP

Setting a static IP

Setting a static IP on the headsets can be achieved via QR code from within your Portal.


Under the WiFi section you can check the option to assign a static IP.



If you have an existing WiFi connection this cannot be changed so it would be better to clear the current settings and setup a new connection. 

Use this QR code to clear the current WiFi settings.



Any proxy settings that were applied will need to be added again after this new connection has been made.


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