Re: static IP
- From: "Jordi" <acero_64@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 28 Feb 2007 22:37:27 -0800
So I leave it that way.
Why I saw sometimes in some web sites this kind of static ips starting
by 10.xxx.xxx.xxx and /number ?
On 28 feb, 23:00, Andrew Sackville-West <and...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Wed, Feb 28, 2007 at 12:41:19PM -0800, Jordi wrote:
Lucky that you said me!
note that this looks like a dhcp address assigned by your router. If
that changes then localhost won't resolve. You should probably setup
static ip in your LAN.
Oh my, I think I did it bad.
I followed instructions a friend gave me. Used ifconfig to get that
ip, gateway and mask.
I used these values:
subnet mask 255.255.255.0
those values are fine. Its just that typically, consumer routers
assign dynamic ip addresses to the lan in that range --
192.168.0.101-199 say. So I was assuming that IP was dynamically
assigned to your machine and if it changes (being dynamic) you might
have problems. However, you have statically assigned it so please
ignore my previous post.
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