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I just ordered a SR520W-ADSL-k9 Router. I am using SMB 2003 for DHCP now, I guess I should let the router handle DHCP, or Maby the router DHCP to my server and use a different subnet for the server DHCP. What is the best

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If you want to SEE and use or share files it would be best to use the SAME subnet and DHCP, So one of those DHCP needs to be disabled. It would be best to use the Isp's modem built in DHCP but that is up to your on that.

let me know if you had additional questions.

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