Can I change the LAN address of the internet gateway or modify any of the internet gateway’s LAN settings?
No, you can not change the LAN address (such as 192.168.0.2) of the internet gateway. The LAN address is assigned by the router and does not need user involvement, however, typically resetting the gateway will cause the gateway to request a new ID from the router.
All LAN and internet connection settings of the internet gateway are factory-set and can not be changed. There is no need to change any of the internet gateway's internal settings.
If a LAN address conflict is suspected, you can force the internet gateway to obtain a new LAN address from the router by force a “soft” reset to the internet gateway. Using a thin tool, such as paper clip or a toothpick, simply press and release the internet gateway's reset button momentarily. The internet gateway's Green LED with turn off, blink slowly, and then come back on steady indicating a renewed LAN address and internet connection.