I setup our router (Netgear FVS318) to be the DHCP Server, which in turn hands out our ISPs DNS for the workstations. This seems to be giving me problems with some of the workstations accessing our server.
Is it recommended to use ther server as the DHCP Server?
Will it hand out an IP Address to our 1 MAC OS X user?
Do I need 2 network cards for this or is 1 sufficient?
Finally, What is the recommended way to introduce a wireless router into this environment? I'd like to keep the wired firewall/router as the main connection to the DSL.
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