Multiple ip range static ip addres how?

can i have 3 static ip address on other routers like have option on wr841hp i set three ip address es one on range one on and one

but no that option on wa901ndv4 and wr941v5.1

Yes it is possible on all supported models.

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thanks good how :slight_smile:

config interface lan
  option type bridge
  option ifname ...
  option proto static
  list ipaddr
  list ipaddr
  list ipaddr

i can type only one interface and one ip address its not same

Type where?

in lan on interface listed menu

First click the three dots next to the IP to convert to CIDR list notation:

Then you can enter further IP addresses or subnets:

dont see that dots in wr941 and wa901

Maybe your version is too old then.

## Status

### System




TP-Link TL-WR941N/ND v5


Atheros AR9341 rev 3

Firmware Version

OpenWrt 18.06.8 r7989-82fbd85747 / LuCI openwrt-18.06 branch (git-20.029.49294-41e2258)

Kernel Version


Local Time

Tue Jul 14 20:46:09 2020


0h 4m 11s

Load Average

0.88, 0.37, 0.15

am not sure

do these version have ?

i will try now these

what version to use?

I think LuCI support for multiple IP addresses on one interface was only added in version 19.07

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This is not a valid RFC1918 address. Don't use this address or you may have other issues on the internet.

Valid RCF1918 ranges are, and

You can use anything or use a different range such as anything in the range. I often recommend the use of /24 for convenience.


On 18.06, you can emulate multiple IP addresses by creating further LAN interfaces, e.g. lan2, lan3 etc. and setting their device to @lan: