You fancy a new Wi-Fi router? Wait a minute, there could be a new model on the market in the coming weeks. Indeed, it is reported that Google is preparing to launch a router to its event “Pixel” on October 4, which may seem odd given that the company already has the OnHub router on the market.

However, the sources relate to Android Police that this new router, called Google WiFi will cost 129 dollars.

Although this is not the cheapest router market, this is still a peripheral cheap, cheaper than OnHub which costs 179 dollars. But, you may well use it for something else. Indeed, the router IP address 192.168.l.254 would be able to connect to multiple access points and turn them into a wireless giant.

A shape similar to Amazon Echo Dot

The Google WiFi router might look like Amazon Echo DotLe Google WiFi router might look like Amazon Echo Dot
This basically mesh network connects different networks together so they completely cover a house in one super network.

Certainly, routers already do this, but they are more expensive than the future supply of Google. Currently, consumers can also extend their wireless coverage in many ways. For starters, they can purchase a router and an additional transponder to extend coverage.

The repeater captures the wireless signal from the router and projects the signal in other parts of the house that the router can not reach. Another method is to buy more than one router and connect them together via an Ethernet cable, which is ugly, but that is a perfect method to cover dead spots.

It is also mentioned that the Google WiFi router will have some smart features, although details on these are rare.

In addition to Google WiFi, it is also expected that the search giant revealed the price of its Google Home to 129 dollars, a new 4K Ultra Chromecast and the famous smartphones and Pixel Pixel XL next month. Stay connected, I will keep you informed.

Why do IP Address Conflicts Occur? What Are The Solution To Such Issues?

The majority of IP addresses occur when there are two or more devices functioning within a network with identical IP addresses. This will result in either of the devices not having the ability of communication with the wireless network. Also, the DHCP server may encounter certain problems when assigning identical dynamic IP addresses to two of more separate devices.

What do such problems indicate? The router’s DHCP server is most likely enabled by default settings. It has the capabilities of providing unique IP addresses to separate devices that attempt to connect to the available network. However, the DHCP server of the router may encounter certain internal errors in which there will be no opportunity of properly tracking the addresses that have been assigned to a multitude amount of devices. Ultimately, such an occurrence will often be the cause of conflicts in addressing.

The majority of routers utilize 192.168.l.l as their defaulted LAN IP address. Therefore, 192.168.l.l IP address will most likely be conflicting with another modem utilizing the same network connection. To resolve the problem of two or more modems utilizing the 192.168.l.l defaulted address, the user(s) will need to change the IP addresses of the routers except for a single one to avoid such conflicts. After the user(s) makes the required changes of IP addresses, they will be able to connect to the network successfully.