TPLink Router resets to default for a "front end conflict"
I'm currently using another off-brand version of router; Tenda. I have quite a few static IP addresses for servers, cameras, and a few other IoT things.
The issue I'm facing is that I have my home network on a 10.10.0.X/24, 255.255.255.0 address.
10.10.0.15 - 10.10.0.249 is my DHCP pool. The first 2-15 are static addresses I'm saving. 2-14 of which are used for VM Servers and Cameras.
Everything works perfectly when I DON'T have my WAN connection plugged in. Whenever I plug in my WAN it immediately resets the IP / DHCP pool range back to 192.168.0.1
Also, another thing to note is that the internet coming into my home is Coaxial based. So it directly runs into a Netgear modem. 192.168.100.1
Basically this routers only job is DDNS, DHCP, IPTV, PF, and DPH.
How the issue occurs:
I get my AX1500 setup offline that way none of my network / clients get kicked off, 10.10.0.2 - 10.10.0.249 DHCP / Reserved. All AP is turned off.
Swapped it over to an active home network to test and everything communicates seamlessly.
The second I plug the 10.10.0.1 WAN port into my the 192.168.100.1 Modem freezes, and reverts to the 192.168.0.0 LAN / DHCP pool.
Gives me an error of "This routers LAN and DHCP was reset because of a Front end device conflict."
Am I over looking something? Bug fixes? Any help would be appericated!