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Thread: Configuration of a gateaway

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    Arrow Configuration of a gateaway

    Please i'm trying to figure out what to select on the configuration of my box: under dhcp server>used domain option i can select wan or wlan/lan.
    What can you tell me about the difference of having a wan or wlan/lan domain?
    I have also an option for macupd.
    I couldnt find much about these two, what are they aplication in a network?

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    none of you know this?

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    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Well, it would be very helpful to know the router type/fw/fw-version and which howto aso was used.

    Anyhow: WAN=wide area network=internet
    LAN=local area network=your network

    And what is a domain?
    It is just the name of the network. A network address is for instance, but as you know there are billions of internet addresses.
    Nobody would be able to know the addresses - hence, names are used
    instead (like, but your browser is asking the DNS (domain name system) server for the network address when you want see a web-site.

    For macupd: maybe you use DD-WRT, then it would be better to use the ddwrt forum.
    Just a hint for what macupd is used:

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