DHCP Question(s) / Cloud Adoption TL-ER7206 Router and OC200 Controller
I am (trying) to migrate from an old router, which has ~130 entries in the DHCP reservation table. And a router LAN IP of 192.168.1.1
In standalone mode, I patiently migrated these manually (2+hrs) to the ER7206. This worked just fine.
However, I only spotted that the OpenVPN support is via the OC200 controller, so I bought one of those and tried to adopt the ER7206.
For reasons I do not understand, it changed the IP address of the router to 192.168.0.1 (default) and then failed.
I tried to access the router directly (standalone network) on the 192.168.0.1 address but it said it was now cloud-managed, so i added the controller to this standalone network.
Poof. All of the DHCP reservations are gone (they were in the 192.168.1.2-254 range obvs). BAD :-(
Now .. assuming that I can actually make this work in the cloud-managed configuration ..
1) How do I reserve DHCP address in the way I did in standalone mode. I don't see this anywhere. Is it hidden or just not there.
2) How do I actually see the DHCP reservations at *all*. I also don't see this.
3) Is there *any* DHCP reservation process supported in this configuration?