Yes Sir I have followed the basic steps I loaded the firmware via serial cable/tftp, then factory reset. After not being able to connect via the changes I downloaded a fresh copy, loaded via serial/tftp again and still the same results. The only solution was manual configs.
But...consider making another post about your issue; as you see that feature works.
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I agree it works on YOUR equipment. It doesn't work for me or the OP as stated. Just a simple change to the router subnet to not conflict with the At&t modem/router. My experience 10+ years Cable Dog; 9 years Enterprise Network Engineer if that helps resolve some silent questions.
Yes...this would present a major issue, once the ARP table saw the same IP on WAN.
I would suggest making the WAN change before connect to equipment with a conflicting IP. It could also be that your devices suffer from "switch leaking" when the network resets. Some devices experience getting an upstream IP before the device boots up.
OK Bro! It does, I apologize if you thought I was talking down to ya!
According to a certain someone, they were supposed to:
We are awaiting your details.
Perhaps @heimdhall will be willing to show us, so we can proceed.
EDIT: I have not yet found a device that exhibits this problem, all work as I described. It would really help to actually see a device with the issue, instead of just saying so. I'm not hurt because you won't show screenshots.
If rollback feature has some flaw leading to IP-address loss under specific conditions, the best way to prove it would be syslog dump.
You can either save syslog to a file, or get it connecting to WAN/VPN/LAN2-interface.
Is that some code related to the LuCI screen in question?
If you can stop that train-of-thought that something's "not possible in this realm of existence" according to a "certain someone" - then we can proceed. It would greatly help to provide a log or screenshot.
Your facetiousness is not helping solve the problem you claim to have. I'm sure nobody dedicating their time to providing responses to help figure out your problem - is worried about who is agreeing or disagreeing using natural numbers and fractions. Help cannot be provided until you actually SHOW something:
Do you have an issue with changing your LAN IP, or not?
If so, provide some logs or screenshots.
If not, you can't expect people to guess.
(One thing you could have assisted with, was to see if you had the same switch chip as the OP?)
1.) I really can’t decide if you’re dumb as a rock or stubborn as a mule. Maybe both? 3 members including myself have expressed the same problem. I also own an Edgerouter X. Performing the same action doesn’t resolve the url, confirming the user should now enter the new ip to access the GUI. It doesn’t lock the user out completely from accessing the GUI using another ip eg 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.2.1
2.) Did you ask the other 2 members to create videos, show system output logs, or submit scripts? No you didn’t. We can continue this game of wits, because I’m synical and facetious. The Alternative is to accept the FACT that there is a problem and proceed forward.
3.) I said “I’ll try”. This weekend I had family over and kids love streaming family series.