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EthernetIp wrote: Although I do not have the router in front of it, all the ones that I've touched had the "static" ip option.
In short the Router identifies the MAC during the DHCP and assigns the device with this MAC a specific predefined IP, thus making it work as static IP. (not true static, but it works).
If you assign a device a static IP, but DHCP on router is not skipping this static IP then you will end up with IP collision, so not a good idea. If you go this route the easiest is to go to routers DHCP section and make it start at say x.x.x.20
the assign your "static" device Ip at x.x.x.10 or something less then 20...
Typically the option is somewhere under the DHCP section.
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