I have two Cisco 1240AG routers. One is setup as an AP and the other is setup as a repeater to the host (AP). Both of these have static IP's in the same subnet (192.168.1.X). Once the repeater is powered up it does broadcast the signal and connect fine, but it is spitting out an IP address (169.254.X.X) that will not work within our network. I thought it would spawn DHCP through the host. Does anyone know how I can get the repeater to give an IP address of (192.168.1.X). I have tried entering in commands to point to the DHCP server and also for the DHCP IP pool, but nothing seems to work. Any suggestions would be appreciated.