Static ip's for my class c network Linksys wrtg54

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I was wondering what setting I need to setup on my class C network to have my Linksys Wrtg54 route static IPs. I selected not to enable the DHCP server on my router. I was wondering which menu in the WRTG54 is used to have the router handle Static IP addresses.
    i.e: router vs gateway, ip forwarding, etc . . . .

  2. Couledouce

    Couledouce Network Guru Member

    I think you need to use a 3rd party firmware like DD-WRT, I don't think it's an option on stock linksys firmware.

    You could how ever set the static address from the PC side in the network connection properties.
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    So there's no way to have a static IP?

    My Linksys wrt54g is hosting the internet connection. I need to have one of my boxes(behind the router) set as static IP because I port forward and want to make sure the IP remains the same. Just wondering how this is done. I tried and once I change the IP of my box it can no longer see the router. I tried pinging and all it says is network host is unreachable.
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