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  • DHCP and routing (Score:2, Informative)

    by drhyde (1683) on 2003.09.24 2:52 (#24483) Homepage Journal
    DHCP is meant to propagate from one network to another, but that functionality is not always implemented and needs to be turned on on the router. If the router doesn't support DHCP relay, you may be able to configure it to be a bridge instead of a router. As for your problems with seeing the rest of the world, remember that clients should have their default route set to their nearest router - in this case the base station - which should in turn have *its* default route set to your DSL router, which in turn has its default route set to your ISP. All of that may or may not happen automagically via RIP or OSPF. If in doubt, configure static routes and disable funky routing protocols.