Manually Assigned IP list size

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greenemk

New Around Here
I am running 384.19 on a RT-AC88U (AC3100). The Manually Assigned IP option says Max Limit : 128 entries. However, as I entered my light bulbs and systems, I got to about 70+ entries and I could not apply. I received the warning to reduce the list length or shorten device names. My question is what is included in a Manually Assigned IP entry? I assume MAC Address, IP Address, DNS Server, and Hostname only?
 

Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
I am running 384.19 on a RT-AC88U (AC3100). The Manually Assigned IP option says Max Limit : 128 entries. However, as I entered my light bulbs and systems, I got to about 70+ entries and I could not apply. I received the warning to reduce the list length or shorten device names. My question is what is included in a Manually Assigned IP entry? I assume MAC Address, IP Address, DNS Server, and Hostname only?
this is being reduced to 64 in 386.X - its bound by an nvram limitation. rumour has it there's a script in the works to hopefully work around this limit and increase it again
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
Hey! You started that rumour! :D :D :D
 

cptnoblivious

Regular Contributor
@greenemk Do you need to have that many reservations? It seems like a painful way to configure your network. (just asking as reducing the need seems to be the easiest solution)
 

cptnoblivious

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I see. In that case, you may need to consider using a different source for DHCP that allows you to use a higher number of reservations...
 

EventPhotoMan

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this is being reduced to 64 in 386.X - its bound by an nvram limitation. rumour has it there's a script in the works to hopefully work around this limit and increase it again
I hear you, and thanks to Jack, I keep I neat and tidy IP list of static devices around the 200 mark.

everything has an IP address now a days
 

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