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LAN Static IP Address Issue

LAN Static IP Address Issue

LAN Static IP Address Issue

I am attempting to set a static ip address on the LAN and need to stay outside of the DHCP range. My internal ip address is   

The DHCP range is 192.168.100 to 192.168.149

I want to set the static address to, but I am unsure if this address is actually or One address would reside within the DHCP range where the other is outside the range, which is correct?

Also, is actually or Can you seem my dilemma.

RE: LAN Static IP Address Issue

The static IP could be written as and is different from ( and (  

As for your range for the scope, did you mean to say to  If so, then setting a static IP of would be outside the scope and would not cause any problems with your clients using DHCP.  

If your scope is actually, 192.168.100.x to 192.168.149.x, why do you need so many IP addresses (over 17k) in one network segment?

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