I'm currently configuring a home network which involves a Cisco C880 Router, an SG300-20, two SG300-10's and 4 aironet 1141 AP's. Everything is working accordingly except I have one problem. attached to the SG300-10's are Belgium's Telenet Digicorder (for HDTV), and in order for them to get an IP, Telenet issues their IP's based on their MAC-address. Which essentially means you can't put a switch in between, you have to connect them to the Telenet modem itself. The cabling is already in place so a new cable from the TV to the router modem is not an option (along with the digicorder there will also be an Apple TV and other devices, so a switch is the only option). I've heard there's a way of forwarding the MAC address from the digicorder so i can put in a seperate VLAN for the address. Does anyone know about this?
they are getting their IP address from DHCP based on MAC , is that so? and if you connect to modem it is ok ?
But when connected to router it is not anymore? Can you provide a topology map with IP addresses and roles of devices like are they doing routing, are they bridged. Is the modem the DHCP server for these?
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