Direcway node will be replaced by with an Adtran 3200 router hooked to a T1. Do I simply treat the Adtran 3200 as another node?

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I work for a company that has an Ethernet peer to peer lan. All nodes are MS XP Pro PC's. They presently have a Direcway node that supplies Internet access. The Direcway node will be replaced by with an Adtran 3200 router hooked to a T1. Do I simply treat the Adtran 3200 as another node? Does it then assign DHCP Internet IP addresses for the other nodes just like the Direcway node does?

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The device will have to be configured as a DHCP server. Most routers have this capability. You can just have the new router configured as the default gateway for your devices.

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