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Static IP's for local computers

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by hoopsta1423, Aug 20, 2005.

  1. hoopsta1423

    hoopsta1423 Guest

    Is there a way to set each computer on my network to have the same ip even after restarts? Right now, whcihever computer starts up first gets the ip, next gets .1.101 and so on.

    Is there a way to get each computer to keep its local ip?

    maybe associating an ip with the computers MAC address or something


  2. lolohelico

    lolohelico Guest

    Work around "DHCP lease" or "Static IP address" on your DHCP server.

    To identify your DHCP server, key "ipconfig /all" from one of these computer command line

    Good luck
  3. pasys

    pasys Network Guru Member

    you can have static ip , that means assign each pc its own IP or you can have static DHCP (found on some frimwares such as DD-WRT). It allows you to assign an IP to a computer (based on its mac address)..so , automaticly that pc will get the ip that you assign it ..its like static IP..but its by DHCP...Do you get it

    its great :D

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