I've been scouring the net for information about how IP addresses are assigned when I create a Computer-To-Computer wireless network with the "create network" option in the AirPort menu on my Macbook Pro. What I'm wondering is how to configure my laptop to assign IP addresses via DHCP AND route all DNS requests to a DNS server running on my laptop. The ultimate goal of this is to create a portable wireless Intranet to host a few websites off a wireless network on my laptop for when I'm at school and my classmates and I don't have access to the outside internet. I've been able to find a boatload of DNS server implementations that run on Mac OS X but very little about configuring my DHCP server to assign a local DNS server to the users. Does this type of network setup even use a DHCP server by default? Or self-assigned IPs? Any information about DHCP with computer-to-computer networks would be very helpful. Thank.