This works. I've tried it as well when I accidentally enabled the DHCP in my canopy. Here's what I did: 1. Turn off your router. 2. Unplug the power from the antenna. 3. Turn back the router on and attach the PC LAN cable to one of the LAN ports. 4. Plug the antenna back to the power then plug the antenna LAN cable to one of the LAN ports of the router. 5. Do an IPCONFIG in the command prompt. In my case my IP address was 192.168.1.102. The settings in my Linksys router lists 192.168.1.100 as the starting IP for DHCP allocation. 6. How to did I find out the IP address of the canopy? Try pinging the range of the IP addresses set by your router. Since my IP address on the PC was 192.168.1.102, I guessed that the canopy's IP might be 192.168.1.101. But I didn't get any replies so I tried pingin 192.168.1.100 and I got ping replies and I was able to access the canopy thru a web browser. 7. Go to the DHCP setting then disable it. Save then reboot. 8. You can now attach the canopy's cable directly to your PC's LAN card or on the Router's WAN/Internet port. From here you can now access the canopy normally like you used to. 169.254.1.1.