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IP printing with Linksys Router

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I have a problem using my print server with a Linksys router. Is there a way to lock a MAC address down to a certain IP address without having to configure the entire network by hand? In otherwords I am using DHCP from the router to manage IP addresses but for example - everytime the power goes out the Print server gets assigned a new IP address and every computer on the network looses its ability to print. Every computer has to create a new port with the new IP address assigned to the Print Server and then reinstall every printer.

Does anyone know of a way to map the print server MAC address to a specific IP address so it stops moving around?
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