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DSmithLady
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join:2002-04-23
Deep South
reply to Cho Baka

Re: 04/06/03 Board Meeting

said by Cho Baka:
said by MstrBlstr0:
Yes, amazing isn't it... You lose one port on the router, but you gain 15 ports on the hub...


Do you need to worry about IP addresses?
Or does the router still take care of that?

The router takes care of IP's if you have it set to dynamically assign. Otherwise, they will have to be manually installed via each comps network configuration.
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Swashbuckler2
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join:2002-03-08
Milton, WI
reply to Gargoyle
The linksys router can hand out about 253 DHCP IP addresses (give or take a couple). There are different ways you can configure the router in it's setup menu, but the default settings work well in most cases.


MstrBlstr0
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join:2001-07-14
Corpus Christi, TX
reply to P Ness
said by P Ness:
she is trying to push the Pness/MstrBlstr race even faster
And you are talking about what race? I was never told that we were racing. =/
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SueN
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join:2000-08-22
Lost
said by MstrBlstr0:
I was never told that we were racing. =/

No race. Just we three will be real close at that time???!!!
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Cho Baka
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join:2000-11-23
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reply to Gargoyle
Thanks for the answers.

253 IP addresses should be sufficient. I don't see having that many boxen :0


Sorry for hijacking the thread!


MstrBlstr0
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join:2001-07-14
Corpus Christi, TX

said by Cho Baka:
Thanks for the answers.

253 IP addresses should be sufficient. I don't see having that many boxen
Awwww shucks... Cmon' you know you can do it... LOL Would just have to tap a line into both neighbors for the electric...
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[text was edited by author 2003-04-05 17:57:23]