Assigning a Static IP Address to your Pulse 2 hub utilizing the MAC Address

Assigning a Static IP Address to your Pulse 2 hub utilizing the MAC Address

The Pulse 2 Hub has 4 different MAC addresses.

The one that is shown on AWS Cloud is the Wi-Fi station MAC address and is the base for all the other MAC addresses.

The others can be calculated off this one as follows:

Wi-Fi Station MAC: Base MAC + 0
Wi-Fi soft AP MAC: Base MAC + 1
Bluetooth MAC: Base MAC + 2
Ethernet MAC: Base MAC + 3.


For instance, when setting a static IP on the network, first confirm how the hub will be communicating within the network -- via Wi-Fi or ethernet cable. Depending on how the hub connects to the network will determine the configuration for the static IP.

Wi-Fi Station MAC: Base MAC + 0 which can be located on AWS Cloud and within the app.

Ethernet MAC: Base MAC + 3 needs to be calculated manually.

Both MAC addresses can be traced on the network using the MAC address itself or either the static IP that has been assigned.

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