Re: Driven Mad by Wireless Mystery
Tiscali Tim wrote:
Far safer in my view to disable DHCP, and give each computer a
fixed IP address.
Although I rarely use DHCP when helping anyone set up their LAN,
it's very rare I suggest in a newsgroup post that someone stops
using it, since it will leave them able to ping their gateway,
but unlikely to do much else... (hint: DNS lookups!) Peter M.
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