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On the DHCP table in HOME HUB SETTINGS

 

I note the lease time has expired on my wireless printer / ipad / airport express all problematic connections...will this stop it connecting..the are currently switched on.

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Re: DHCP Table

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@Andyfresher wrote:

On the DHCP table in HOME HUB SETTINGS

 

I note the lease time has expired on my wireless printer / ipad / airport express all problematic connections...will this stop it connecting..the are currently switched on.


As I said in my wireless help page, there is a problem with the DHCP server. That is why I suggest using static addresses.

Static IP with Home Hub

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Re: DHCP Table

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Hi Keith,

I have a bizzare situatuion with DHCP.

 

My HH5 is on the north side of a W2K8 server running TMG/ISA firewall. The internal network is 10.x.x.x , the second NIC on the server is on 192.x.x.x and connects to the HH5.

 

The HH5 runs DHCP for the wireless clients but I also have a RAS server listening on 192.x.x.x for VPN clients connected via WifFi to the HH.

 

All wireless devices bar one pick up a 192 address from the HH DHCP, one laptop however picks up a 10.x.x.x when connected to the HH SSID. This can only be coming from the RAS service on the windows server but I can't for the life of me think why the RAS DHCP gets in on the act before the HH DHCP.

 

This clearly is a security risk since it is now possible to pick up an internal address when connecting to the HH5.

 

 

Any ideas?

 

 

Thanks

Richard

 

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