Bind the MAC to the static IP address with WRT54GL router

Hello

We use the WRT54GL Wireless router to connect 4 pc to internet. One of these pc requires a static IP address, because the router can do only reliable port-forwarding for IP static (I would ssh it and use it as a web server). I was told that this router has this ability, but for the life of me I can't find.

Could someone tell me how to proceed? I am running the latest firmware (v4.30.11).

Thanks in advance for your reply,

Michiel

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DD - WRT is fairly stable and well maintained. There are a lot of people using it and you get excellent support, if you don't mind not very technical responses to opportunities. Generally, the flashing of the firmware does not support the warranty. But that wouldn't be a problem if you have had a bad flash. And even for a bad flash you often have options to recover the router.

For the static IP address on the computer, change the settings of network to the ethernet interface. I do not know Gentoo you should have administration GUI for this somewhere.

You can use the following values:

IP (as mentioned earlier) for instance 192.168.1.10
subnet mask 255.255.255.0
address of the gateway 192.168.1.1
192.168.1.1 DNS server

As long as the static IP addresses do not conflict with the DHCP server address pool create there will be problems running some static IP computers in the same local network with DHCP clients.

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