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[FONT=Arial][SIZE=1]When using DHCP how do you change the netmask?
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Do you mean Subnet Mask??? The subnet mask can only be changed if the broken into the correct segments. What subnet masks are, is that it takes a IP address and it put that IP address in a sub address. The only reason that you would want to do this is, if there are more the 30 computers on the network. Anything less then that, you are better off not subnetting the IP address. Hope that this helps.
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