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How to create a dhcpd.conf file

I have followed the tutorial on this page to create an access point on an Arch Linux install. It seems that went mostly ok apart from an error from DHCPD server: Internet Systems Consortium DHCP ...
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Running a network of two wireless routers on a switch and two different DHCP servers plus some static ip addresses

The problem is as follows. I have two internet lines at my workplace. Both lead to two different routers. I have placed both routers on a switch via their lan ports and connected all wired computers ...
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Home LAN - heterogeneous network with two SOHO routers as WLAN Access Points - Failing

I have the first world problem that my home requires more than one WiFi access point (AP) to have coverage throughout the house. PROBLEM My wired router, directly connected and adjacent to my cable ...
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Which network configuration?

I have a dual core machine at home w/ 8GB RAM and 3 TB HDD. I have a static IP and a couple of registerd domain names.I have a consumer grade ZTE VDSL2 modem/WiFi accesspoint/router/switch that I can ...
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How do I use a single wireless adapter for both an access point and client on raspberry pi?

I have been able to create a wireless access point (on my raspberry pi) using a usb wifi dongle using hostapd on wlan0. What I would like to be able to do is have the access point be on some virtual ...
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Can I set up a Wi-Fi network with multiple access points and DHCP servers?

For reasons that are too complicated to go into, we have a wired network device that doesn't work when there's a DHCP server. We're trying to connect it to a Wi-Fi Access Point so it can be accessed ...
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Changing the DNS server IP address(es) on O2 Router

A simple Google search has revealed a process whereby this can be done (weirdly, it isn't something that can be done via the HTTP GUI), but there is a strange command in the instructions: 3) Paste ...
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My Very Own DHCP Server

My home network is as follows: Cable modem for internet, connected to a wireless router, multiple clients connected over the wireless network. My wireless router has a builtin DHCP server that assigns ...