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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 12:54 pm    Post subject: WRTP54G static IP for networked computers Reply with quote Back to top

I need to assign static IPs to computers hooked up to the router - like my TiVo Series 2, to get Orb DVR Anywhere software to work reliably (Orb requires a static IP, which gets scrambled if there's a network hub reboot or device reboot).

I cant find a way to do that on my Linksys WRTP54G - am I missing something?
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 1:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Static IPs for devices attached to the router are set via the device themselves. Meaning, the device must have the ability to configure a static IP, either via a web interface, or some other device management interface.

Check the user manuals for the devices and they should indicate whether or not a static IP can be configured for each device.

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If the client is a Windows PC, I'd just set up the PC to set a static IP address via network config? Nothing needs to be done to the router?
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Correct. Just make sure the the IP assigned is within the range of the local lan.

Optionally, if you don't plan on using the dhcp server on the router at all, you can disable it via the router interface.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2006 10:40 pm    Post subject: Hmm Reply with quote Back to top

Well, I set a specific IP address on my PCs, and network connection didnt work. Do I need to turn off DHCP on router? I thought that I might have to assign an IP address to a MAC address on the router?
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2006 6:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

If you have devices behind the router that need specific ports, you need to set up those ports on the router either by using port forwarding or port triggering. The static IP alone isn't enough. The WAN side of the router needs to be configured for DHCP to get an IP address from your provider. All of the devices on the LAN side can have fixed IPs as they will be NAT'd to the router IP since the internal IPs can't be routed over the WAN/internet.

If the devices in question needs a routable fixed IP then you may have to consider purchasing IP addresses from your cable/DSL provider and setting the device up in the DMZ on your router. I'm not sure if dynamic dns would work for your device if it can't be used with NAT.

I suspect you need to open some ports for the devices you want to use. If you don't understand port forwarding or the use of ports, just Google "ports" and "port forwarding" as there are some great tutorials out there for the non-technical person.

I hope this helps.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2006 8:07 pm    Post subject: IP addresses Reply with quote Back to top

I thought that the ISP hands out an IP address to my router (dynamic or static, static is usually extra), then the router hands out IP addresses to the clients (PCs, Xbox, Tivo, etc).

I am getting a dynamic IP from the ISP, but I want to assign specific IP addresses to all the clients on my network. I tried specifying IP addresses in the right range on the Windows client side but that seemed to break connectivity. I dont believe there are any specific ports that need to be forwarded (I am forwarding a port for uTorrent for example but that's a separate issue)...
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Yes, your ISP hands out an IP address, then your router hands out IP addresses for all of your local computers. What you want to do is NOT use the IP addresses your router is handing out, but use addresses that are in the same IP range.

By default, a WRTP54G hands out addresses in the 192.168.15.x range, starting with 100 and going up from there. So, you want to set your local computers to 192.168.15.x, where "x" is anything from 2 to 99, or about 200 to 253.

So, using 192.168.15.50, 192.168.15.51, etc should work fine.

For a subnet mask, the factory default is 255.255.255.0, which you want to use on your clients.

So, client 1 gets 192.168.15.50, subnet mask 255.255.255.0. It should have no problems connecting with a WRTP54G in its factory default configuration using that IP address and subnet mask.

Then you can go from there in terms of assigned local IP addresses, being sure to NEVER give two devices the same IP address, of course.

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