Strange DHCP behavior.

Webheadfred

Occasional Visitor
Greeting folks,

I noticed a strange (to me) issue on my LAN. I'm using Merlin 386.7_2 on an RT-AX88u router. I have no VPN set up. No scripts; just plain vanilla networking and about 30 devices connected various through WiFi and wired.

My DHCP is set up like the photos below.. [edit for clarity]

As you can see, when I take a list of the network clients, there are many seemingly outside the DHCP range. I'm no expert in networking but I'm not sure this is supposed to be happening.

Anyone else see an issue? It was normal for several days. The only thing I changed was disabling UPnP. Could that be causing this?

Cheers folks.
 

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ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
The 192.168.101.x and 192.168.102.x addresses are a special case. They're used for guest network #1 on each band. The reason for that is AiMesh.
 

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