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The mac address that I bind to the ip address should be the LAN mac address. Is that correct?
The computer already has a lease, but the MAC address is different from the LAN mac address.
Even though DHCP is enabled as per Time Warner's directions, I want the IP address to be unchanged when the lease expires, so I should bind the LAN's mac address to an ip address for the computer to keep the same ip address. Is that correct?
The range is 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.254. Should I set the ip to lets say 192.168.0.275 first or set the DMZ address to 192.168.0.275? When I try to set the ip to 275 first it says .....
Error converting one or more entries:
Possible causes of this error:
1. IP address is already in use by client with another MAC address
2. IP address already exists in the DHCP lease reservation table
3. The IP address is invalid. It must be between 192.168.0.2 and 192.168.0.254
When I try to set the DMZ address to 192.168.0.275 it doesn't appear to take it.
There are currently no DHCP clients setup with any MAC address.
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So far it looks ok with a green NAT light instead of a red one, but I would like to give it a little more time to see if it stays that way. Is that ok?