Originally Posted by MarcSparks
Do you mean assign a static IP to the PC itself (that the Ceton is in)? Or does the card actually get an IP somehow assigned to it? Other than that webpage which defaults to 192.168.200.1.
Personally, I do both. The mini-port bridge in network adapters should have the static IP address you want the host PC to have. Then you have to connect to through the web interface to to the ceton card to give it a static IP. Trick is, you'll need to know the address of the ceton to connect to, which will start out default at 192.168.200.1, but after WMC will likely be the first address in the DHCP range your router hands out. And you'll need to know this address to connect and set it static
. Unfortunately, WMC setup appears to cause it to default to DHCP so you have to change it back (ceton card) again.
Perhaps that is what the link at the missing remote refers to? I definitely prefer static IP, but the Ceton card and WMC are somewhat resistant to doing this, although it can be done.