A Manual Guide To Easily Configure Belkin Router To Use DHCP

Belkin Router support professionals Help to A Manual Guide To Easily Configure Belkin Router To Use DHCP . DHCP is a type of protocol which is heavily used to assign IP addresses in an automatic mode over LAN networks. In static method, there will be a network admin or system admin or even a user that are manually assigned IP address on the device. But yes if the number of devices are much more and users don’t wish to take the headache for assigning the IP addresses, then according to it Configure Belkin router support professionals, it becomes so damn time consuming to manually assign IP address to each of the  device. To easily configure a router of this type, then the support of dynamic IP address is needed.

How to configure a router to use DHCP 

Step 1: Configure IP Address

First users are supposed to configure the IP address on the Router Fast Ethernet Port section

Step2: Router configuration

  • Configuration of the router to be able to work with DHCP Server is an important step
  • This step further involves two categorized steps that are essential for users to be carried out. The first one is to have a proper creation of a DHCP address pool which can be done by belkin router. The second one is to assign a network subnet directly to the created pool. This network assignment will be completed in two different ways. The first method is a network and subnet mask form. The second method is preceded with a CIDR form.

These are few ways to describe the subnet.

Step 3: Assigning of a gateway to the subnet

Every subnet has its own kind of gateway. It does not really matters what the gateway IP address is given. People will usually give the first IP address in the subnet section as a gateway. Let’s say for example: the IP 192.168.1.1 as the gateway for the created subnet in DHCP as a gateway.

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