I have issues with assigning fixed IPs using static entries in DHCP lease table for my device.
Setup is following:
- MT border router (with DHCP server) has a trunk port carrying 3 vlans to the other MT device acting as AP + providing access port to the one vlan.
- AP has 3 vlans with dhcp client running on them. All vlans are bridged to single bridge
Traffic runs properly etc, but the issue is:
- power up both devices
- go to DHCP leases from AP, make them static, edit IP address for each VLAN. E.g. 10.10.10.2, 10.10.11.2, 10.10.12.2
- go to AP and renew IP addresses. I'm happy at this moment until AP reboot
- reboot AP, check DHCP leases, there are new addresses assigned.
Is there a way to make static IPs assignment that would survive reboots? I'm asking because I have OSPF using NBMA, then I can't locate a neighbor properly.