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 For example: \\ ''dhcp-host=70:EE:50:37:E8:46,myhostname'' For example: \\ ''dhcp-host=70:EE:50:37:E8:46,myhostname''
  
-Please note this field is also affected by the "//Generate a name for DHCP clients which do not otherwise have one//" parameter in the [[dhcp_dns|DHCP/DNS]] and DHCP/DNS Server menus.+Please note this field is also affected by the "//Generate a name for DHCP clients which do not otherwise have one//" parameter in the [[dhcp_dns|DHCP/DNS]] menu.
  
 **RSSI:**  indicates Relative Signal Strength. This applies only to Wi-Fi clients connected to this router. RSSI is measured in negative numbers, where 0 is the best possible value. Thus, in the example below, -53 is a stronger signal than -74. If possible, keep your wireless devices away from metal, concrete, mirrors, and appliances with large motors or compressors (air conditioners, refrigerators, elevators). They all can consistently reduce signal strength/quality. **RSSI:**  indicates Relative Signal Strength. This applies only to Wi-Fi clients connected to this router. RSSI is measured in negative numbers, where 0 is the best possible value. Thus, in the example below, -53 is a stronger signal than -74. If possible, keep your wireless devices away from metal, concrete, mirrors, and appliances with large motors or compressors (air conditioners, refrigerators, elevators). They all can consistently reduce signal strength/quality.
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