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Spilt static ip

Sorabian Britto

Right off the assembly line
i seriously need help

I have a dlink router D600 which is connected to 2 desktop systems 2 laptops and a tablet. I have a static ip which is configured into the router. I understand the dhcp server concept that it assigns ip addresses to the systems within the network. Now my issue is i dont want to use dhcp server ie disable dhcp server of the router and manually assign ip addresses to the systems..how shud i do it? Basically i want to spilt static ip into two using router wihtout affecting my internet connection on the systems
 

RCuber

The Mighty Unkel!!!
Staff member
Disable DHCP in your Router. Open you network connection in you computers and select your Ethernet adapter. enter a IP address, Gateway(your Router Address) and DNS setting (Open DNS/Google DNS Etc). make sure you are giving different IP address for both of your computers.

i seriously need help
how shud i do it? Basically i want to spilt static ip into two using router wihtout affecting my internet connection on the systems

I didn't get this query specifically "solit static IP" part.

if you want to access both of your access both of your computer from outside your network then you need to enable NAT/Port forwarding in your router.
 
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