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I have a network with 3 Apple AirPort Express units all configured as just wireless access points (ethernet cable going from airport unit to network switch). All 3 of these units are discovered with the wrong (but same) IP address.
For instance, the IP address is set as 192.168.1.249 in the airport configuration and I can ping that address fine. But the OnPlus is finding it as 192.168.1.181. This address is already in use on the network and is assigned to an iMac. This address is outside of the DHCP scope so it is not picking up that way.
Under the info section for this device in the OnPlus portal (see attached screenshot), you can see it lists both the right and wrong IP address, both as eth0. This mac address is the one for the ethernet port on the unit.
Any ideas on how to get it to pick up the correct IP?
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