Recently we purchased a Kasa Cam KC200. Since purchasing the camera, every time the camera is on, it interferes with our network, specifically, it changes the gateway address of any device that has requested a DHCP lease on our network, to the IP address of the camera. For example, if our gateway address is 192.168.0.1 and the KC200 has the IP address 192.168.0.134, then other devices periodically use the .134 address as their gateway ID address. I know this because as soon as I unplugged the camera, this issue disappears. The KC200 must have some sort of DHCP server in it. How do I disable it?? It is creating many issues on our network.
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KC200 Cam causes issues with DHCP server