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1 8th August 21:58
pedro ramos
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Default Access ip that is diferent from my network ip ranges


How do I access a IP that is diferent from my range in my DHCP example:


this is my ranges:11.77.64.0-11.77.64.255

Ip that i try to access:11.18.4.34

Please help me!!!
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2 9th August 00:36
kurt
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Default Access ip that is diferent from my network ip ranges


First of all, 11.77.64.0 is an Internet IP address range. Unless you own,
lease or otherwise have rights to use it, you should use a private range
such as 10.x.x.x.

To answer your question, it has nothing to do with your DHCP scope. What you
can access as a part of your LAN has everything to do with the subnet mask
you are using. Since you say your DHCP scope is 11.77.64.0-11.77.64.255,
this suggests you are using a /24 (255.255.255.0) subnet mask. To access
other networks, you need a router between them. If your subnet mask is
255.0.0.0, you can access the entire 11.0.0.0 network (11.0.0.1 -
11.255.255.252) as one huge LAN - technically, not practically. If your
subnet mask is 255.255.0.0, that would limit your LAN to the 11.77.0.0
subnet (11.77.0.1 - 11.77.255.254). If you r subnet mask is 255.255.255.0,
then your DHCP scope encompasses your entire subnet. The subnet mask defines
what portion of you IP address is the network and which portion defines the
host. Any traffic between hosts on different networks (subnets) must be
routed.

....kurt
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