Ed Ackerman on 21 Dec 2009 08:57:39 -0800

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[PLUG] WAP DHCP & Cable DHCP and some static IP's

It's something that is right at the edge of what passes for my brain, but 
I need a nudge to accomplish this.
There is a cable device (xxx.xxx.xxx.126), can/serves DHCP (,
a WAP (xxx.xxx.xxx.125) that can/serves DHCP (,
a printserver (xxx.xxx.xxx.124) that everyone needs to use,
a Linux server (xxx.xxx.xxx.122), runs mail, web, dns, and Samba.

What I want is for everything to work together. There are 5 static IPs 
available, and 10 devices. Cable, WAP, and server all need static IP's. 
The printserver is a maybe. There are other devices, laptops, desktops 
nothing that requires a static IP.

Now to the question can I just plug everything into the existing switch 
and plug the switch into the cable device and will it all work or what am 
I missing?

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