Originally Posted by Skillachi
So whats the steps to have the printers with a static IP outside the DHCP range?
I usually go to network settings properties to setup static Ip address with tcp/ipv4
+1 to the others. It doesn't sound like you have much of a grasp on networking yet. You really should keep your client's best interest in mind.
As for the steps for assigning a printer a static IP out of the DHCP scope? When you say, "tcp/ipv4" it sounds like your talking about setting a static IP on a Windows PC. Printers are different.... Every printer has different prompts to get you to the network configuration area. You'll have to figure that out on-site....
Best Linksys router...? Try an E3000.