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Out of IP addresses

By Shelby_Nut ·
Hey all,

Have a network with all static ip addresses in the 192.168.0.X range. It was setup this way as there are 4 buildings each with their own routers for internet access but the buildings are connected via wireless bridges (WiLan units, all buildings are with a 1/2 mile of each other).

Soon I will be running out of IP addresses. How do I add additional computers once I run out of addresses to assign in the above range, and have them still be able to communicate with each other?

Any insight would be appreciated!

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You have 250 static IP addresses?!?

by DMambo In reply to Out of IP addresses

Wow, that must be an administrative nightmare. You need to set up some VLAN's and a DHCP server.

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VLANs, DHCP, and Subnetting

by jdclyde In reply to You have 250 static IP a ...

Using those three options will not only allow you more than 250 pcs, but will allow you to segment them into logical groups, reducing network overhead which will improve your networks overall performance.

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