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Changing a subnet

By KingOfTheNerds ·
Hi All,

I have a problem, I have an IP range of 192.168.1.* with
a subnet of 255.255.255.0. But i have nearly reached
250 machines.

This means i am out of IP addresses. What can i do to
fix this. What would be the best solution without
breaking the network segment with a router?

Can you give me indepth detailed instructions on how
to achieve this and you will recieve the points.

Thanks

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by KingOfTheNerds In reply to

Thanks, this worked fine.

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by sgt_shultz In reply to Changing a subnet

yee-ha.
you perfer to change 250 devices subnet mask and ip addresses. rather than install router, eh?
this has to be a textbook question?
you have detailed ip map of network showing every device, it's ip, subnetmask and gateway settings and dhcp client or static.
what about decreasing tcpip lease time from the dhcp server. would that juggle the available addresses some

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by KingOfTheNerds In reply to

Not a textbook question and also not that difficult considering most devices are already assigned DHCP. Only about 30 with static IP addresses.

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