which wireless router?
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Mon Feb 25 14:37:52 UTC 2008
Andrew Jarrett wrote:
> The router really has nothing to do with using static addresses.
> Static addresses are configured on the client-side. It's just like
> ethernet; all you have to do is configure each computer you have with
> a different address and turn off dhcp on the router.
Except (a), the router _is_ the client if he's talking about static
addresses from his ISP, in which case I've never met a router that doesn't
handle that; and (b) it's a darn sight simpler to configure the router's
DHCP to deliver fixed addresses than to turn it off and configure every
client (where "every" is more than 1) with static IPs.
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