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eshai
Explorer

smb 730 LAN as WAN how to assigning hardware ip

i'm sorry if my subject description is wrong(hope someone fix it)

to my Q' i connected one of my LAN port to my modem as WAN

and i want that some of my internal ip's will get different dhcp(192.168.5.1/255)

on the new lan there is an option assigned to: Separate network and local ipv4 address

or i need to create a VLAN 

and how do i  assigned  some of my hardware to this dhcp

 

sorry if i did a mass english & checkpoint are not my native language  

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eshai
Explorer

No answer?
Hope I did not annoy anyone in the forum

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_Val_
Admin
Admin

@G_W_Albrecht  any chance you can help a checkmate out here?

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eshai
Explorer

help with what?

i'm a programmer more than IT guy

 

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_Val_
Admin
Admin

In my comment above👆🏻 I was asking one of our SMb gurus to help you, @eshai. And you probably wanted to say "IT guy" 🙂

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G_W_Albrecht
Legend
Legend

Maybe a topology map ? I can not really figure out why he wants to achieve what ! I always suggest to work through the admin guide first who covers nearly all possible configuration steps.

CCSE CCTE SMB Specialist
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_Val_
Admin
Admin

Agree, we need more details. @eshai please elaborate

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eshai
Explorer

Hi: I read the guide and also read dozens of SK articles
The problem is that it's more guides where to click than how to get what I want

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eshai
Explorer

ok: i created wan over lan connection as one of the post I seen here 

now port 6 on my smb is a wan with fix ip working great

on this lan6 port i want to do dhcp local ipv4 address and sagging some of my network objects to the new dhcp(192.168.5.1/255) 

now i found that what is already connected can't be changed 

i hope that this is more clear

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

You should be able to set LAN6 to receive an IP via DHCP if you want.
I don’t know what you mean by “i want that some of my internal ip's will get different dhcp(192.168.5.1/255).”

A network diagram of what you’re trying to achieve would be helpful.

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eshai
Explorer

thank you

LAN1 have now 192.168.1.1/255 and all of my pc's & other hardware is getting ip from this getway  

LAN6 have 192.168.5.1/255 and i want to replace some of my pc's ip to this dhcp 

 

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

Sounds like you've configured LAN6 as another LAN port, not as another WAN port as you posted originally.
In any case, for other PCs to get IPs on the 192.168.5.x network, they will need to be physically connected to LAN6.
This can be through a switch that is connected to LAN6.

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eshai
Explorer

this what i want 

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

You will need to do one of two things:

  • Create a "switch" and add LAN6 and whatever port the relevant host is connected to
  • Connect LAN6 to a physical switch and connect the two PCs to that physical switch
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