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ip scheme 5 years 9 months ago #36432

  • truesdq
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if access point (AP) haz itz ip .... and otherz user tryin to conect to AP ,,, eithr it neccesary 4 wirless' userz to hav same ip scheme as the AP haz or not ...<?>
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Re: ip scheme 5 years 9 months ago #36433

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Yes, in IP terms the user will need to be within the same IP network as the access point. This is usually achieved by the use of DHCP so the access point effectively allocates an address to the user at connection time
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Re: ip scheme 5 years 9 months ago #36434

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Yes i agree with Bishop, that users connected to AP must have same IP Address subnet ( in your words SCHEME) :wink:
Known is a drop, unknown is an Ocean
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