First, a bit on the network layout. Fiber optic comed into the house and is fed into a wireless router(I don't have control of this router). I pull my connections through a wireless bridge(Netgear wireless extender set up as a bridge.) My personal systems are hard wired to the Netgear. When I set up the wireless bridge, I thought it would result in me having my own metwork with internet being fed from the house router. Instead, wireless bridge is invisable from a network topography standpoint and my systems are treated as part of the house network.
I'm set up an Avahi server on a Fedora base. I'm having trouble using the server as all but basic management requires Iurn off DHCP at the router and instead let the server handle it. As the DHCP is currently being handled by a router outside of my control, I'm not sure how to proceed.
I suspect if I set up a router between the Netgear Bridge and my systems, that may solve the issue. No need to access the server from outside my personal systems. I'm just trying to get a virtualization host going so I can test Linux distros and also use as a backup/media server. Server is an old HP SFF desktop with an i7-3770 and 16Gb or ram so I suspect the fasted machine I've currently got around(haven't benchmarked it to check.)