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How can I use a different static DHCP range on a Linksys router?

25 Oct 2012
Windows
Firefox
25 Oct 2012 | Windows | Firefox

When I setup a wireless router, can I use other static IP addresses such as 105.66.x.x. instead of default static DHCP starting from 192.168.1.x?

My understanding is that a Linksys router allows users to use static DHCP ranging from 192.168.1.100 to 192.168.1.244. But my customer wants to use their company’s own static IP of 105.66.x.x.

How do I set a wireless router to support the specific demand? Or what should I do to display users’ private addresses on their device/computer? Do I need a kind of IP mapping program?

Hopefully someone can help me. Thanks!

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