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15 Dec 2012  

Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1

Subwoffer13, That screen will do the job. change the ip pool starting address to and the end to .15 or something like that.
then remember to assign yourself a static ip in the range that you set. Then you can disable dhcp.

If it all goes to hell in a hand basket. you normally can press the reset button on your router to put it back to it's original default.
I would check your present IP by using the ipconfig option on your computer and see what it presently is.

Before you do all this, I would take a look at the client list check box and also the fixed mapping box.
there could be an option that would make all the changing unecessary.

I assume you have taken a look at the doc for your router?

It looks to me like a pretty configurable wireless router with 4 switch ports.

Changing the ip for the router and turning off dhcp and assigning an IP to your machine should
do the trick but I did not read the wholre router manual as you might want to do.

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