From att pace router, how can I set my secondary router to get its IP dynamically.
I have an ATT pace modem/router and a secondary ASUS router. I would like to put the ASUS router into the DMZPlus mode of the ATT router. When I try to do this I get an error saying that the device must get its IP dynamically in order to be put into DMZ mode. The problem is that I can't seem to find any setting that would allow me specify that the ASUS router should get its IP dynamically. It is plugged in from a LAN port of the ATT Pace to the AUSUS's WAN port. On the page where I should be able to change this setting(LAN -> lan ip allocation) It does not allow me to change the router from a static to dynamic ip range.
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Re: From att pace router, how can I set my secondary router to get its IP dynamically.
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