Most networks assign private IP addresses dynamically using DHCP. Attempting to assign 192. 168. 1.
3 to a tool manually, using a set or static cope with project, may be conceivable but not recommended on home networks due to risk of an IP address conflict. Many home network routers have 192. 168. 1. 3 of their DHCP pool by default, and they do not check whether that IP address has already been assigned to a shopper manually before assigning it to a client immediately.
In the worst case, two distinctive contraptions on the community are assigned 192. 168. 1. 3 — one manually and any other instantly — leading to failed connection issues for both devices.