I have the following LAN configuration:
Internet ISP (1 - Static IP) Modem -> ZyXel ZyWall 10W Security Gateway (10.10.1.100) -> Ethernet Switches -> 2 - DLink Wireless Routers configured identically to allow for secure access to LAN and internet (10.10.1.201 and 10.10.1.202) and various workstations and printers.
DHCP provided by a 2003 Server (10.10.1.1) giving 10.10.1.20 - 70 IP addresses.
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