There is a problem with assigning a fixed IP address to a device.

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There is a problem with assigning a fixed IP address to a device.
There is a problem with assigning a fixed IP address to a device.
2022-06-23 16:02:40 - last edited 2022-06-28 07:52:29
Model: ER605 (TL-R605)  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 20220512 Rel.76748

OC 200 V5.1.7 --- 1.15.2 Build 20220323 Rel.60717
ER605 v1.0 --- 1.2.1 Build 20220512 Rel.76748
TL-SG3428X v1.0 --- 1.0.3 Build 20210409 Rel.52950
EAP620 HD(EU) v2.0 --- 1.0.3 Build 20220325 Rel. 58174
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There is a problem with assigning a fixed IP address to a device. It is a device connected via WiFi.
Since such a device was delivered twice with a defect, the third device should now also be connected to the same IP address. It is not more possible to connect the device with the already before used IP.
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Annotation: 192.168.*.7 was given by DHCP, 192.168.*.50 is a before used IP, 192.168.*.99 is a test ip
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Network with DHCP Range  192.168.*.1 - 192.168.*.9
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That is, what I tried:
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Dashboard -> Clients -> Wireless -> Auswahl des Clients
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Details - Overview - IP-Address: 192.168.*.7
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.50 -> Apply -> Succeeded -> Reconnect ==> IP Address 192.168.*.7
Details - Overview - IP-Address: 192.168.*.7
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.50
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Details - Overview - IP-Address: 192.168.*.7
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.99 -> Apply -> Succeeded -> Reconnect ==> IP Address 192.168.*.99
Details - Overview - IP-Address: 192.168.*.99
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.99
Settings -> Services - DHCP Reservation: 192.168.*.99
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Details - Overview - IP-Address: 192.168.*.99
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.50 -> Apply -> Succeeded -> Reconnect ==> IP Address 192.168.*.7
Details - Overview - IP-Address: 192.168.*.7
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.50
Settings -> Services - DHCP Reservation: 192.168.*.50
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Details - Overview - IP-Address: 192.168.*.7
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.99 -> Apply -> Succeeded -> Reconnect ==> IP Address 192.168.*.99
Details - Overview - IP-Address: 192.168.*.99
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.99
Settings -> Services - DHCP Reservation: 192.168.*.99
Fixed IP Address: NO -> Apply -> Succeeded -> Reconnect ==> IP Address 192.168.*.7
Details - Overview - IP-Address: 192.168.*.7
Fixed IP Address: YES
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.7
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.50 -> Apply -> Succeeded -> Reconnect ==> IP Address 192.168.*.7
Details - Overview - IP-Address: 192.168.*.7
Config - IP Address: 192.168.*.50
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I hope it is understandable.

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Re:There is a problem with assigning a fixed IP address to a device.
2022-06-24 08:58:33

  @peli4for I'm not sure if it is an OC200 controller version problem. I have software controller and under my test I did not see the same issue.

 

However I notice something that you may need to concern. When I set up Fixed IP for a client devices, the entry will be automatically added to DHCP reservation list. I don't need to add that rule again and put in the client device MAC address.

 

I think

1: Your test client device may enable Dynamic MAC address function;

2: The MAC address you put in to the DHCP Reservation may not correct. You can check if you have the same MAC address on Client list, and on the test device itself settings page.

 

 

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