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Re: Static IP on DHCP system?

From: Gergo Szakal <bastyaelvtars@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 12:21:39 +0200

Erik Wikström wrote:

You could put your static addresses on 192.168.1.* and set the mask to Have you checked the router configuration if it's possible to specify a couple of static address even though the DHCP-server is enabled?

AFAIK the only detection method for this would be to check the packets going through the router against the leasefile of the dhcp server. I don't think any router would disallow filling in an IP address statically.

Jonathon McKitrick wrote: range

Netmask bitte? ;-)

Jonathon McKitrick wrote:
statically assigning a address to a box on the network?

No, unless your router has another NIC with an IP in the range. :-) Rather assign a 192.168.x.x one (see above).

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