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Basic - DHCP --> Logout SURFboard SBG6782-AC HOME STATUS Product Information Connection Security Diagnostics Event Log Configuration BASIC Setup DHCP DDNS Backup and Restore MoCA ADVANCED Options IP Filtering MAC Filtering Port Filtering Port Triggers Port Forwarding DMZ Host WIRELESS 802.11 Radio Primary Network Settings Guest Network Settings Access Control Extend Network Range Quality of Service Advanced FIREWALL Protection Level Parental Control Local Log Remote Log HELP Overview About Basic - DHCP Home > Basic > DHCP Every device on the network needs to have an IP address that is unique to the network. You can manually assign these IP addresses, but as devices move from one network to another, you will need to change the address to one on that network. (more)... The DHCP server "loans" IP addresses to devices on the network. This allows the device to get the proper IP address for the network each time it connects so you will not need to assign an IP address manually. When the device leaves the network, the DHCP server can then "loan" the address to another device. ...(less) --> DHCP Server --> Enable DHCP Server Enables and disables the DHCP server -->  Enabled Help Enables and disables the DHCP server. The DHCP server loans IP addresses to the devices on the network. Unless you manually assign IP addresses to each device on the network, the DHCP server should be enabled. --> Starting Local Address The first address that the DHCP server will lend out to a device --> . Help This is the first IP address that the SBG6782-AC will automatically assign to a device on your home network. If you wish to manually assign IP addresses to devices, set the starting local address above the range reserved for fixed addresses. Note that the first address that the DHCP server will assign cannot be 0 or 1. Zero has special meaning and 1 is the address of the SBG6782-AC. It is typically set to 2. --> Max Number of Network Devices The gateway can support up to 253 Wi-Fi and Ethernet devices at the same time --> Help The SBG6782-AC can support up to 253 Wi-Fi and Ethernet devices at the same time. If you wish to statically assign IP addresses to devices on the network, either the Starting Local Address must be set higher than those addresses or the Max Number of Network Devices must be set low enough to prevent those addresses from being assigned by the SBG6782-AC. --> Lease Time The amount of time in seconds that the IP address is loaned to a device --> Help This is the amount of time in seconds that an IP address is loaned to a device. When a device joins your network, the SBG6782-AC lends that device an IP address. When the device later leaves your network, the SBG6782-AC can then lend that IP address to a different device. In order to know which IP addresses are available, the SBG6782-AC lends devices an IP address for a specific period of time. This is known as the "lease time." When the lease time is reached, the IP address can be reused. If a device is staying connected to your network, the device will "renew" the lease, giving it more time to keep its assigned IP address. Reserve IP Address MAC Address Error IP Address Error Host Name Help Reserve a specific IP address that is loaned to only one device. There are times when you may decide to assign an IP address to a specific device. This can be done directly in the device through its configuration or you can have the DHCP server "loan" the same IP address to that device whenever it joins the network. Up to 16 devices can have IP addresses reserved in the SBG6782-AC. MAC Address MAC address of the device for which the IP address is being reserved. Each device on the network has a unique MAC address and it is the only device in the world with that MAC address. This address is how the DHCP server knows which device is which. The device's MAC address can be found by examining a label on the device or looking in the device's configuration settings. IP Address The IP address that will be given to the device each time it joins the network. There are times when you may decide to assign an IP address to a specific device. This can be done directly in the device through its configuration or you can have the DHCP server loan the same IP address to that device whenever it joins the network. Up to 16 devices can have IP addresses reserved in the SBG6782-AC. Host Name The user-friendly name of the device. The Host Name of the device is configured on the device. Please consult the device's user manual to see how you can change this user-friendly name. Client List MAC Address IP Address Subnet Mask Duration Expires Host Name Select \ 192.168.000.018 255.255.255.000 D:00 H:01 M:00 S:00 Thu Oct 17 20:17:45 2013 \ \ 192.168.000.017 255.255.255.000 D:00 H:01 M:00 S:00 Thu Oct 17 20:26:08 2013 \ \ 192.168.000.022 255.255.255.000 D:00 H:01 M:00 S:00 Thu Oct 17 20:19:54 2013 \ \ 192.168.000.015 255.255.255.000 D:00 H:01 M:00 S:00 Thu Oct 17 20:09:20 2013 \ \ 192.168.000.019 255.255.255.000 D:00 H:01 M:00 S:00 Thu Oct 17 20:29:28 2013 \ \ 192.168.000.016 255.255.255.000 D:00 H:01 M:00 S:00 Thu Oct 17 20:21:45 2013 \ \ 192.168.000.013 255.255.255.000 D:00 H:01 M:00 S:00 Thu Oct 17 20:21:12 2013 \ \ 192.168.000.020 255.255.255.000 D:00 H:01 M:00 S:00 Thu Oct 17 20:26:06 2013 \ 192.168.000.021 255.255.255.000 D:00 H:01 M:00 S:00 Thu Oct 17 20:34:45 2013 Current System Time: Thu Oct 17 19:38:12 2013 HOME STATUS Product Information Connection Security Diagnostics Event Log Configuration BASIC Setup DHCP DDNS Backup and Restore MoCA ADVANCED Options IP Filtering MAC Filtering Port Filtering Port Triggers Port Forwarding DMZ Host WIRELESS 802.11 Radio Primary Network Settings Guest Network Settings Access Control Extend Network Range Quality of Service Advanced FIREWALL Protection Level Parental Control Local Log Remote Log HELP Overview About 2013 MOTOROLA MOBILITY, LLC. 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