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DHCP ip address lost after reboot

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by rob10k8, Aug 17, 2019.

  1. rob10k8

    rob10k8 New Around Here

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    I just updated to firmware 384.13 and I lost all of my DHCP reservations that I had set up.

    I tried setting up again, but any time I reboot the router, I get "no data in table".

    I reverted back to 384.12, but have the same issue, and I have no clue what could be going on (I am adding the IP address and hitting "apply", as I'm sure that is a common mistake).

    I have RT-AC86U

    Any thoughts?

    UPDATE: My server VPN usernames and PWs have also been lost. Seems like the router is have problems accessing the tables where that information is stored....

    Rob
     
    Last edited: Aug 17, 2019
  2. Grisu

    Grisu Part of the Furniture

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    it has been changed for compatibility to include Aimesh in 384.13, set it all again.
     
  3. RMerlin

    RMerlin Super Moderator

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    Check under Tools -> Sysinfo, make sure you are not running out of nvram.
     
  4. vk2him

    vk2him Occasional Visitor

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    I had the same issue - problem was I had no free NVRAM due to a corruption - check on Tools - sysinfo page. To fix, I had to factory reset and manually re-enter all settings - don't restore as that will bring back the corrupted nvram again