Posted: Wed Feb 24, 2016 5:06 Post subject: DHCP assigning bad ip addresses
First, im using DD-WRT v24-sp2 (12/15/14) big - build 25648
My router keeps assigning random clients (wired and wireless) bad ip addresses (192.168.81.xxx)
It seems to be doing it one client at a time. I will set a static IP on that client. then couple hours later it will assign another one a bad IP address.
I only have the 1 router, no additional switches or access point.
I have just tried using reserved IP per MAC address. This didn't seem to work at all.
I have tried this with and without DNSMasq.
Do i have a setting off somewhere?
Do i have to reboot the router between changing DNSMasq or adding reserved IPs?
Setting static IPs on the clients works, but i feel like i shouldn't have to do that (especially for one devices i have where i don't think i can do that. I feel like its only a matter of time before it gets a bad IP address)
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