I am a bit of a novice and am need of some help please !
I bought a GL-AR750S router to use when working remotely, which has the latest firmware (3.104). I have also just bought a Huawei E3372h-320 LTE USB stick, which when plugged in sets itself up under the “tethering option”, however I get the following message under the “Tethering” heading within the Admin Panel, and have no internet:
“Subnet conflicts. Please change LAN IP address. Set [this is linked to the router LAN option] LAN IP.”
If I change the router LAN IP it makes no difference, I still have no internet.
Can some one point me in the right direction to solve this please.
Many thanks in advance
If you change IP, e.g. from 192.168.8.1 to 192.168.10.1, it must work.
You can reboot the router if you have any problem after change IP.
Met a lot of such cases. Just change IP and it works.
Many thanks, I have changed the IP as suggested, and it has worked, which is fantastic !
Previously I was only changing the last number of the IP, but changing the last two has worked.
It was so frustrating as the the USB stick comes pre configured with 192.168.8.1 (the exact same IP as the router) and as far as I could see there is see no way of changing it !
Thank you for replying, it is much appreciated !!
yes, had the same issue
but that means we are going through NAT 2 times, once with with the router, once with the usb key. this is why the key appears as tethering/eth and not usb in the interface.
the old 3372 could be changed to stick/modem mode by applying the stick firmware instead of the hi link (nat/router) firmware
in this case you would not need to change the subnet, and the performance would be better.
but the latest version 3372-320 seems more difficult to switch to stick mode/firmware. i am still searching how to do it.