In the good old days, I didn't worry about our wireless AP since there
wasn't anyone around that might tap into our signal. Hence, no password on
the IBM Access Point 500 (a Cisco-made unit).

We moved to a new office that is next door to a low-rent apartment (among
other inhabited buildings) so I installed a key on it. All of the notebooks
now get a signal, and connect to the access point, so that part worked okay.

However, none of the notebook computers are getting their IP addy via DHCP
now. I'm using DHCP in an NetWare 6.5.2 server, and before the change all
of the notebook computers got an IP for the wireless connection as well as
their Ethernet connection.

Any ideas?


Tim Wohlford, CNE