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Old 11-12-2004, 04:11 PM   #1
Mr. Slappy
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Demarctech AP Router set-up

I am hoping you all can help me.
I have a Demarctech RWV Base Station AP/Bridge Router and I am trying unsuccessfuly to set it up. My IP address is xx.xx.73.195 subnet is My logic is to have my wireless card have an IP of subnet My eth0 would have an IP of xx.xx.73.195 and my eth1 would have and IP of "?".

My dhcpd config file would look like this:

ddns-update-style none;

subnet netmask
        option subnet-mask;
        option broadcast-address;
        option domain-name-servers,;
        option routers;
Then I would set up a static route of : gateway xx.xx.73.195

This is where I get lost. Can you tell me what mistakes I am making? or Can you offer me some help?

product I am using:

Thanks for your help

Mr. Slappy


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