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That error means that the range you've specified when you start the dhcp server isn't covered by any of the interfaces on your machine, e.g. your interfaces is 192.168.0.1 and you've got a dhcp range of 192.168.1.100-200. Won't work as they aren't the same subnet.

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If you want to have the wifi up and running as an AP giving out IP addresses then it needs an IP address itself.

Do you have a bridge setup? Check with

brctl show

You probably want a bridge between ath0 and eth0?? Get this setup with brctl and then give it an IP address in the same subnet as your dhcp range.

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