Many times we have found users who are not authorized for Internet, use the router IP address as a gateway and...
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access to the Internet. Normally, our practice is to change the node address of the router (for example, if originally it was 192.168.1.1, we change it to 192.168.1.200).
Now I want to change the IP addressing of the router and make it 192.168.10.1. However, when I do this, none of the authorized users can access the Internet since the class of the network of the router changes. How do I implement this change and have the authorized users access the internet?
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