udcpd to use network other than

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by ppilate, Apr 19, 2005.

  1. ppilate

    ppilate Network Guru Member

    I do work for a Non-profit wifi org and use freenetworks. IP allocations. (http://wiki.freenetworks.org/index.cgi/NetworkAddressAllocations). On the setup page it only allows network.

    Starting IP Address: 192.168.1.[ ]

    I have JFFS2 installed and I am a debian linux admin with little experance with WRT. Is there a way to setup DHCP for a total different subnet?


  2. ppilate

    ppilate Network Guru Member


    WRT54G v2.2 with DD-WRT #22 (prefinal3.2)

    Thanks again.
  3. Wikking

    Wikking Network Guru Member

    don't know if i got it right...but if you want to change the "x" in 192.168.x.1 then just give the router an IP like this --> dhcp should now allow IP's from this range: 192.168.2.***!
  4. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    just change the local network settings

    my one is working with as local router ip and the dhcpd uses this subnet and works well
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