i need some help with an Issue I'm currently having.
I have two shelly relays that were connected to my WRT3200acm.
I did make them a static IP.
However, i had to factory reset my WRT3200acm , and now when i connect the shellys again, they only show up as a question mark (See Screenshot).
The same thing also happened with a Sonoff device.
I did already factory reset the Shellys, but they still only show up as a question mark (See Screenshot).
The Static IP that was set for the devices were all out of the DHCP range.
Does anyone have a clue to what might be going on here ?
Thank you for the fast reply,
the problem is that I don't know the IP address anymore, I have tried using "arp -a", but the MAC Address of the devices is not getting listed...
Is there any way I can find out the IP with only the MAC Address?
I'm sorry, I'm pretty new to this.
Thank you very much!
And thank you for the fast reply.
I understand now, sounds logical....
The Problem that I'm having now is that I don't know the IP of the devices, and they are not Autodetectet in the Shelly app, which is very strange.Is there any way I can find out the IP address with only the MAC address?
Well, the 3200 has the same IP Address as before(192.168.1.1)
I already did factory reset the router (Pushing the reset button for 10 Sec), and the flashing the original firmware on it and then back again to openWRT.
Thats the thing, i already factory reset both thr Router and the shellys numerous times, always with the same outcome, that i can connect the shellys with out any problem to my router, but then i cant find their IP, it does not show up anywhere...
So, i factory reset my Router and the switch.
I only entered the wifi credentials and again its only showing the "?"
Could it be that there is something wrong with the Router? is there a way to completely reset the router?
Hello, the issue is that I can't access the device at all, I tried letting the DHCP give the device an IP but it did not do that, and when I try to give the device a static IP I can't connect to it, and I don't even find it with an IP scanner.