[SATLUG] Printing Issue
mark at kandm-solutions.com
Sun Aug 14 17:47:28 CDT 2011
You could assign an address on the same network but outside of the dhcp
scope. I have had to this on a couple of routers that did not support
static addresses or reservations. If it does support static assignments
there is usually a button near where you assign the dhcp scope.
On Sun, 2011-08-14 at 17:31 -0500, Michael wrote:
> OpenOffice 3.2.1
> This isn't so much a Linux issue as it is a router issue. My router
> died a couple of days ago. I picked up a WRT54g at a thrift shop for
> $3.00. Both wired and wireless work fine. My issue is the printer. On
> the previous router, I was able to assign the printer a static address
> (192.168.1.6). When I bring up the router interface
> (http://192.168.1.1/) I see all of the configuration screens but no way
> to assign a static IP address to my printer.
> Of course I googled for a manual but what I found wasn't much help.
> Anyone familiar with my issue?
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