Cisco Wireless 1200 series access point

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Hello all, does anyone know how to change the DHCP range that a Cisco 1200 series Access point gives out, the IP for the AP is 10.20.x.x, and it give out IP's in the 192.168.x.x range, does anyone know how I can get it to change to the 10.20.x.x range as this is the range that I want the computers to be on. Thanks in advance for your help. CG._
ASKED: May 27, 2008  3:49 PM
UPDATED: May 28, 2008  9:35 PM

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You should have received the <i>Quick Start Guide: Cisco Aironet 1200 Series Access Points</i> with the AP, anyway onlne <a href=”http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/access_point/1200/vxworks/quick/guide/12KDBQSG.html#wp6887″>you can read this</a>.

What I usually end up doing is turning the router into an access point. This way the router doesn’t have to handle any DHCP. Disable the DHCP server within the router, then connect the LAN cable from the wired network into one of the client ports instead of the uplink port on the router. This has worked on the several Linksys routers which I’ve done it on.

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  • Labnuke99
    I agree. Minimize the number of DHCP servers on your network. Keep things clean and simple. The AP's simply become a bridge between media - wired & wireless.
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  • CGarcia26C
    I understand your points, but this device will be the only device that will handle DHCP, so I would like to change the IP range. Thanks again CG._
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