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Reserved IP in Google Fiber Wifi Device Configuration is Disabled 0 Recommended Answers 8 Replies 38 Upvotes
Last edited 2/1/19
All of my "Reserved IP" switches are grayed out on all devices on my local network. I have a bunch of devices with their IP addresses locked in DHCP, using the "Reserved IP" option on those devices.
I have a lot of devices, and setting smart devices with reserved IPs helps me manage them. Today, all "Reserved IP" configs are grayed out. I cannot turn off IPs with Reserved IP on, nor can I turn on Reserved IPs for devices that don't yet have it on.
How do I re-enable the Reserved IP feature? Why are they disabled?
Maybe I hit a limit of too many devices with Reserved IPs, but I removed an old device from my network which had Reserved IP, and they're all still grayed out. Reloaded the page, signed-out and back in, still have Reserved IP grayed out on all devices.
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