howto Custom DHCP Server - not using 192.168

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by batreyud, Apr 16, 2006.

  1. batreyud

    batreyud Guest

    I am using the WRT54G V4.0.

    I have a network that was configured by their earlier ISP on a NAT configuration. The availible range of IP addresses was . I was wondering if there is anyway to change the default of the dhcp addressing on the linksys router from 192.168 to anything I want.
  2. kg4mrv

    kg4mrv Network Guru Member

    You have to change the routers ip address to the 200.200.200.* subnet, most likely Then it should automatically change the dhcp assignments in this range. The clients need to be in the same subnet as the gateway or else internet wont work.
  3. kg4mrv

    kg4mrv Network Guru Member

    Although i should note that this range technically is not allocated as private use. Its allocated to a Brasillian telco. You could theoretically still use it, but it might cause issues.
  4. bluebox

    bluebox Network Guru Member

    The maximum value for each octet is 255 - not 300.
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