Best Practices for assigning static ips on a DHCP Network
Posted on 2011-03-09
I have an SBS Server network with another linux web server, an inventory server, some network printers and 10 PCs and Macs. I have a wireless router on the network as well.
All the static ips that I have assigned for printers, servers and some computers, are not organized and are really all over the range. I want to clean it up a bit so I don't have to keep excluding devices.
What is the best practice for assigning static ips to printers, servers, wirless routers, firewalls etc? What should the dynamic range be and what should I reserve for each type of device?