i have a home network. Windows Essentials. Five different servers, one of which is the domain controller with DHCP running. The reserved range is 192.168.0.1 to 19. So from 192.168.25.20 to .255 is available.
I have a LTE Router 192.168.25.1 and that is all fine.
From the router I set up a wireless SSID. I use it to connect my 2 notebooks and 2 smartphones. So I have to give it an IP. To do this I have to switch the DHCP of the router on. I set the range 200 to 255.
I then get an IP on my PC's in the 2xx range and I can't access my network forders and applications across the domain. It wants me to log in every time. But I have already logged in. If I switch the DHCP on the router off, everything works except the wireless.
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