I'm trying to set up static IPs for a few devices on my home network. I've read a few websites, and for D-Link, people are saying to look for Static DHCP under:
Setup > Network Settings > Static DHCP
But there is no option for this. I just updated my firmware, and on that page, all I see is "Router Settings", "DHCP Server Settings", and "Dynamic DHCP Client List".
Was static IP "not around" in 2007? It seems I didn't get what I paid for with this free router. Is there any other way I can get this to work? I need to have a static IP on my wireless printer.
I have WPA-2 enabled, and my SSID is unhidden/broadcasting. My router is a D-Link WBR-1310, rev B. Firmware version is 2.02.