I'm using w2k3 dhcp server, and I've reserved an IP adress for my laptop to facilitate port forwarding. I previously had a pure wired network, but I just added a WiFi router to this network for the obvious benefits of wireless, but I want to keep using the wired network in case I need more speed than the wireless part can deliver.
Of course I forgot that the wireless card of my laptop has it's own MAC address, and when I connect over WiFi to my network I get a different (from the reserved one) IP address. This is a problem because I can configure my port forwarding only for ip-addresses, not hostnames. So I absolutely need to have the same IP address given to my laptop by dhcp wether I'm using WiFi or a wired connection.
The big problem is that the DHCP server on w2k3 doesn't allow me to configure the same IP address for a different MAC.
Any thoughts on this?