ER605 -Block of 5 static IP's, Possible?

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ER605 -Block of 5 static IP's, Possible?
ER605 -Block of 5 static IP's, Possible?
2022-03-25 01:37:37
Model: ER605 (TL-R605)  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.1.1 20210723

Hi Folks

 ER605 router with Omada Controller

 

Very new to TP-Link less then 48 hours LOL

 

I have a block of 5 static IPs I want to use. I am able to add the single static IP in but for the life of me I cant find how to add the other 4. Possibly in VLAN?

Any push in the right direction is greatly appreciated

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Re:ER605 -Block of 5 static IP's, Possible?
2022-03-25 07:00:33

Dear @SoCal-1 ,

 

SoCal-1 wrote

I have a block of 5 static IPs I want to use. I am able to add the single static IP in but for the life of me I cant find how to add the other 4. Possibly in VLAN?

Any push in the right direction is greatly appreciated

 

Are these 5 static IPs on the same subnet?

You can go to Settings----Profiles---Groups to set them.

 

 

Best Regards!

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Re:ER605 -Block of 5 static IP's, Possible?
2022-03-25 14:21:41

Thank you Hank21  @Hank21 

 

Just to be 100% sure I'm in the right direction

 

The static IPs are a block from my ISP, I should have mentioned that.

 

ex: 

66.xxx.321.2

66.xxx.321.3

66.xxx.321.4

66.xxx.321.5

66.xxx.321.6

 

I want to distribute them to different machines on the network

 

Excuse my slow start I been using ubiquiti for a while and thats stuck in my head

 

Thank you again :)

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Re:ER605 -Block of 5 static IP's, Possible?
2022-03-27 00:42:48

  @SoCal-1 

After extensive searching I'll have to rethink the system. Found no solution except to use 1 ISP issued IP or load balancing.

Looks like were doing much more with less IPS issued IP's. Great thing for sure but I'm not giving up my block of them LOL

 

I was able to re-home the router to a very nice new home where it will be happy and very appreciated for a long time. I'll enjoy working with it.

 

:)

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