Re: adding 192.x with static IP
Zachary Uram <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I have a static IP setup, I wish to add a router and it has a web
> interface, I can get to it if I start a DHCP server and then
> 192.168.1.1 is setup, but I'd really prefer to not do this.
> Is there a way I can setup devices such as this without needing to run
> DHCP? Also I was generally curious if there is any program which will
> search my LAN and report the address of any network enabled devices it
> finds (firewalls, DSL modems, routers, etc.)? Thanks!
DHCP is handy because it will automatically set up the default route
and external nameserver. I let the router use DHCP to automatically
assign an address in the its normal range, but then I assign static
addresses in another subnet using aliases. I configure the alias in
/etc/network/interfaces, but the dhclient.conf file provides another
way to define aliases.
Carl Johnson email@example.com