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Ftp server I am using wireless internet connection, I also set up an ftp server. My ip adress is always changing because I have wireless connection, when I assign an ip for my ftp server, I can not use it for the second time... Any solution or another way to set up an ftp server

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There should be an option in your touer for having "Static" IP address assigned. Currently, your couter is set for "Dynamic" IP's. I'm not too familiar with this router, but if you go to their support site, they should have some info on how to do this.

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