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  • #46
    How much electronic homework does the kid get? I know I never got that much, and the stuff I did was through a website (no documents required).

    What else could you need to access that's at home? Nothing necessary for education anyway, that's for sure.
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    • #47
      Originally posted by PeterStoba View Post
      How much electronic homework does the kid get? I know I never got that much, and the stuff I did was through a website (no documents required).

      What else could you need to access that's at home? Nothing necessary for education anyway, that's for sure.
      we didn't even have the internet when I did my GCSEs. Count yourselves lucky.

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      • #48
        Is there a way that you can make it so that your internal ip doesn't change? For example, it always will stay on 192.168.1.102?

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        • #49
          Yes. Either use a static IP address or set that mac address as static in DHCP so it get the same address from your router.
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          • #50
            Originally posted by mrnothersan View Post
            Is there a way that you can make it so that your internal ip doesn't change? For example, it always will stay on 192.168.1.102?
            Yep two ways, either statically assign it on the PC itself, or if your router allows you can assign an IP address to a MAC address via DHCP reservation, so the PC always receives the same IP address via DHCP.

            I prefer the latter if I can use it; as I do on my current DIR-615, but I have just installed DD-WRT on a newer DIR-615 and that oddly doesnt include it.
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            • #51
              Originally posted by Pepp77 View Post
              Yep two ways, either statically assign it on the PC itself,

              How would I do that? It's ubuntu

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              • #52
                Originally posted by mrnothersan View Post
                How would I do that? It's ubuntu
                First google result

                http://www.ubuntugeek.com/change-ubu...p-address.html

                Second google result

                http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/ubunt...ic-ip-address/
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