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  Reply # 311596 26-Mar-2010 11:56
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cyril7: Ahhh, I would remove the DHCP server on the wireless, othewise the clients will be given the wrong gateway and fall over. As an experiment purhaps, set one of the wireless clients on static IP 10.1.1.30 for now with the gateway 10.1.1.1, does it see all.


Thanks

The one wireless client is already on a static IP. So I don't hink that's the magic bullet I'm looking for :-) (I have disabled the DHCP though)



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  Reply # 311600 26-Mar-2010 12:17
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Since no one else is using the wireless right now I've managed to get it all done :-)

I really appreciate your help with this one guys, Cyril, Ragnor, Jiggy, Grant you all rock!

Thanks so much for the help

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