Please help.

iOftheStorm

New Member
In a home environment that is built into your router.
If I don’t have one according to that reading then I don’t have one. Should I let the ISP know because they are investigating everything at the moment.

When should or when would you turn off dhcp ??

When your using an external router ???

I’m just using the router the ISP supplied
 

Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
You technically could assign all your addresses manually or if you had a separate dhcp server built. In a home environment in most cases people use the built-in one on the router and it's generally enabled by default
 

iOftheStorm

New Member
Yeah it is enabled I’ve just checked how come it’s showing I don’t have it enabled there then ?? That’s weird I’m wondering whether this router page has been tampered with is that possible ?? Because it’s showing upnp off on the page but oh the technical logs it’s showing its switched on as well
 

iOftheStorm

New Member
Yeah it is enabled I’ve just checked how come it’s showing I don’t have it enabled there then ?? That’s weird I’m wondering whether this router page has been tampered with is that possible ?? Because it’s showing upnp off on the page but oh the technical logs it’s showing its switched on as well
And the router page is http not https
 

Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
https is preferred as it would prevent someone from sniffing traffic. This is only in regards to other devices connected to your wireless network.
 

iOftheStorm

New Member
I’ve used a http sniffer myself and I get redirected through cloudflare Amazon aws baidu google api services and loads of different things and a lot of my certificates are coming back self signed
 
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