Home Use for the Cisco 1230 AG Model

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Oct 19th, 2007

Hi, Does anyone have instructions for using the Cisco 1230 AG Model at home i.e. using Home DSL or a Cable? So far, I assume I can hook a router into the cable modem, and

hook the AP into the router. Then, the AP will act as a DHCP server? If someone can help or point me to a doc, that would be great.

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john.preves Fri, 10/19/2007 - 23:36

The router will act as a DHCP server, not the AP. Set up a DHCP scope on the router and put the AP on the router with a static address in the range of (but not the DHCP scope of) the vlan.

for example, assume a 192.168.1.0 /24 subnet.

network is x.x.x.0

gateway is x.x.x.1

AP is .2 thru .10 (in case you want more!)

These are statically assigned

DHCP on router should be configured starting at .11 or above

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