That depends,... If you assign your PC a static IP through DHCP, then yes...
Originally Posted by yayes
If you mean, if OPL could allocate specific PCs which got their IP dynamicaly and randomly, then no...
If you mean if OPL can currently receive it's IP (for the PS2) through DHCP, then no...
Both IPs, PC and PS2 need to be set static in OPL's Network-Config.
None as of yet...
if can.... what OPl version ?
That is not true,... You ever need to set a PC-IP in the OPL-Configs manually, to connect to it successfully.
Originally Posted by LopoTRI
You don't need to set your PC's IP manually/statically locally on your PC, that is true...
But then you still need to configure your DHCP in your router, to assign the same IP to the same PC/LAN-Port every time.
That is definetly not true,...
Originally Posted by mrcordas
But for example in Windows, if you turn static/manual IPs off, it receives the IPs per DHCP (I guess, that is what you meant.).
DHCP isn't some kind of connection, wether is it normal for a PC/device to acquire an IP automatically.
It is still a piece of software... to be exact 'a protocol to acquire IPs'.
That is true,...
which does not connect with DHCP is the OPL, ie, he did not acquire ip automatically.
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