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Comments: DHCP static IP addresses with dnsmasq


Today I configured dnsmasq, running on Kamikaze 7.09, to serve out static IP addresses via DHCP to the computers connected to the router, a Linksys WRT54GL. The original firmware that came with the WRT54GL didn't support this feature, hence the major reason for me to use an alternative firmware. I had flashed Kamikaze 7.09 (OpenWrt) on the WRT54GLlast Monday, and I already liked it a lot. I am quite used to working on the command line, so I was not alienated by typing commands in PuTTY to configure the Linksys router.

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