The network is working well, however, I'm not sure about the WP2000 setting... For I've four WP2000 for a small building. Each one contains the same SSID and same WAP2-Mixed password. Each one has been configured with a fixed IP 192.168.1.245 in the basic setup. Thus:
1. Should I keep the same fixed IP for each one, or I should to choose 'Dynamic IP'?
2. If the idea is provide full cover-internet connection inside the building, Should I keep in mind any other setup on each AP?
The ip address for the access points is merely for management. I would have each one on its own independent ip address that way you can manage them if you need to upgrade firmware or change a setting in them.
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