Subnets and DHCP for the Motorola NVG589Router Sceenshot
Subnets & DHCP Device Broadband Home Network Voice Firewall Diagnostics Status Configure HPNA Configure Wireless MAC Filtering Wireless Scan Subnets & DHCP IP Allocation HPNA Subnets & DHCP Private LAN Subnet Device IPv4 Address Subnet Mask DHCPv4 Start Address DHCPv4 End Address Public Subnet Public Subnet Enable On Off Public IPv4 Address Public Subnet Mask DHCPv4 Start Address DHCPv4 End Address Allow Inbound Traffic Off On Primary DHCP Pool Private Public Cascaded Router Cascaded Router Enable On Off Cascaded Router Address Network Address Subnet Mask DHCP DHCP Lease : : : Days : Hours : Minutes : Seconds Help DHCP server functionality enables the device to assign a "private" IP address and other parameters that allow network communication to your LAN devices. This feature simplifies network administration because the device maintains a list of IP address assignments. Device IP Address: Specifies the LAN IPv4 address of the device itself. Subnet Mask: Specifies the common Class C subnet. DHCPv4 Start Address: Specifies the first address in the DHCP address range. You can reserve a sequence of up to 253 IP addresses within a subnet, beginning with the specified address, for dynamic assignment. DHCPv4 End Address: Specifies the last address in the DHCP address range. Public Subnet Enable: Using a public subnet means that IP addresses assigned to LAN clients will be public addresses. Public IPv4 Address: The IP address of the public subnet. Public Subnet Mask: The subnet mask of the public subnet. DHCPv4 Start Address: Specifies the first address in the DHCP public pool. DHCPv4 End Address: Specifies the last address in the DHCP public pool. Allow Inbound Traffic: When enabled, connections to LAN-side devices are allowed to be initiated from the WAN side. This opens the LAN devices on the Public Subnet to potentially malicious traffic, so care should be taken to ensure the LAN-side devices are properly protected. (Firewall-enabled) Primary DHCP Pool Specifies which DHCP pool will be used first for the assignment of IP addresses to connecting devices. Cascaded Router Enable: When enabled, indicates another router will be behind this device. Cascaded Router Address: The IP address for the router behind this device. The Cascaded Router Address should be in the LAN Private IP subnet range. Network Address: The Network Address that defines the range of IP addresses available to clients of the cascaded router. Subnet Mask: The subnet mask that with the Network Address defines the range of IP addresses available to clients of the cascaded router. DHCP Lease: Specifies the default length for DHCP leases issued by the device. Enter lease time in dd:hh:mm:ss format. © 2013 Motorola Mobility Intellectual Property.