Unable to resolve conflict between router and T1700G-28TQ

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Unable to resolve conflict between router and T1700G-28TQ
Unable to resolve conflict between router and T1700G-28TQ
2021-08-11 14:04:03
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I have been fighting with config settings for weeks now and could really use some help.  I bought the T1700G-28TQ so I could learn from and it offered the ports I needed, but It seems to be causing conflict with the network.

 

Landlord has a Netgear Nighthawk AC1750 Router which I have no admin access to.  Gateway 192.168.1.1

 

When I got the switch I couldn't access it at all without configuring my computers ipv4 settings and setting a static IP for my machine, easy enough.

 

In order to get the switch to play with the router I configured L3 Features->Interface-> VLAN1 edit IPv4-> IP Address Static 192.168.1.169 I picked random number, just figured it would be out of the DHCP assignment range and I have about 10-15 devices so it left a little overhead. 

 

When I first plug the router and switch together they seem to work just fine, but after a few hours everything on the switch looses internet, or has intermittent connection.  It also prevents large file transfers through the router for the rest of the network.

 

I have 4 machines with static IP, and I have verified that none of them are in conflict with the rest of the network.  But the problem really seems like address conflicting.

 

It's probably something simple, I haven't started studying for networking yet.  Thank you in advanced.

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Re:Unable to resolve conflict between router and T1700G-28TQ
2021-08-13 07:49:36

@SupremeGunman 

 

You can set all static IP addresses out of the DHCP range, thus you can completely avoid IP conflict. This should not affect your internet connection.

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