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On Aug 24, 2005, at 4:49 PM, Brian Whigham wrote:
&gt; What Linksys model are you using?
&gt;
&gt; I'm using openWRT for this on my WRT54G.  If you are familiar with 
&gt; Linux
&gt; and have a little time to figure out how to configure it, I would 
&gt; highly
&gt; recommend it.
&gt;
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&gt;
&gt; Brian
&gt;
&gt; Jim Lynch wrote:
&gt;
&gt;&gt; I'd really like to have each machine in my network have a predictible 
&gt;&gt; IP
&gt;&gt; address, but I also really like the idea that DHCP does more than give
&gt;&gt; an IP address (such as furnish DNS info also) so I don't want to just
&gt;&gt; set up static IPs for each machine. I'll never have more systems than
&gt;&gt; there are available IP addresses, so I really don't need for the 
&gt;&gt; router
&gt;&gt; to expire the addresses.  So can I tell it to not expire or in some
&gt;&gt; other way tell it to keep the same IP for a specific MAC address 
&gt;&gt; forever?
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Thanks,
&gt;&gt; Jim.
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