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How to configure my DIR-615 (Hardware Version E1 - Firmware Version 5.00NA) to:

1. Assign/Reserve IP address for 2 machines.

2. Route a web browser to a server on the first machine (port 80) as a default when another computer or smart-phone or device joins my open wireless network.

I am hoping to eliminate any changes to the IP address of the first two computers so that the server's IP address and port are static. I would also like anyone who joins the network to merely open their browser and be presented with the http interface from my server.

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