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Old 3rd December 2005, 14:05
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You can't simply make up an IP address, you have to take an IP address that's in your network and is free.

Example: your router has the internal IP address and uses - for DHCP. Then you could for example take for your server (unless that IP address is used by another system in your network); the network is, the broadcast, the netmask, and the gateway

You could also take for example, but as this IP address is in the router's DHCP range, it is possible that the router assigns this IP address to another system in your network, and then the two systems collide...
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