I am going to network my home this weekend.
- Do I assign IP addresses or will the software do it automatically?
- Is it better to have a static or dynamic address on a network?
- Would both computers have the same address whether it was static or dynamic?
My router is capable of being a DHCP server.
Sorry, if these questions are stupid. I'm just trying to learn more.
Thanks for all your input.
I use linksys and havent had any issues. The router will assign P addresses within your network. Unless you have a network app that needs it (and sometimos for port forwarding) static IP is neccesary, but otherwise it doesnt matter. Not sure what youre getting at with the last one.
Originally Posted by Robert_R
How do I set up static IP addresses?
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