Voyager 2110 router setup.

  wallnook 19:52 PM 09 May 11
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Somebody reset my router. i run a small business and need to update my point of sales software on my PC from 2 tills via my router. The pos software calls for data from 192.168.0.11 and 192.168.0.20. As I understand it this means my DHCP (?) has to be set up to handle fixed IP address rater than dynamically allocate them(?)

Anyone know how I do this

  mgmcc 12:08 PM 10 May 11

It would normally be the network adapter in the client device which is configured with a fixed IP address rather than getting it by DHCP from the router. However, some routers can be configured to allocate a specific IP address to a particular network adapter, recognised by its MAC address (Media Access Control or "physical" address).

If you cannot manually configure the devices which need to have the addresses 192.168.0.11 & 192.168.0.20 (with Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0), then go into the router's DHCP settings to allocate those addresses to the relevant adapter MAC addresses.

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