So I'm expanding my home network. I have 9 devices that will be on the network at any given time. Some devices will need a static IP and others can be dynamic. Currently everything is running through a Linksys WRT54G with the latest factory firmware. Static IP devices: Samsung laser printer (wireless) Backup server (wired) Media Server (wired) I have computers that connect wirelessly G/F's computer My laptop Dell Mini 9 Travel computer I also have a PS3 (wired) and a Wii that will be online as well. I'm running a 255.255.255.240 mask, so I will have 13 usable addresses (first one is the router/gateway and last is the broadcast). Is there a way the Linksys can exclude a couple of those addresses from the DHCP pool? I want to give the printer the 1.2 address, but don't want something else to get it should the printer go into powersave mode or something like that. I've never used DD-WRT or anything like that. Can it do what I'm asking for? Any input would be great.