12-22-2017 12:08 PM
I have a 3 node Velop network running in bridge mode connected to my router. No ethernet backhaul between nodes. They are all running 188.8.131.52316.
The router is serving DHCP. And clients that connect to the Velop network do not get DHCP responses. I also have a wired network and backup wireless network connected to the same router. Clients connected directly to the router have no problem getting DHCP configurations.
On the router, I have toggled STP, but it doesn't seem to be making a difference.
If I give clients on the Velop network a static IP, they can communicate fine. So it isn't a communication issue.
How do I get bridge mode to actually act as a bridge? I'm past the Amazon return period, so I'm stuck with the Velop.
12-22-2017 02:49 PM
Out of curiosity - are the devices ending up with 169.254.x.x addresses?
Yes, of course.
Also , what subnet are you using for your DHCP range - 192.168.1.x or something else?
192.168.1.5 to 192.168.1.250
02-09-2018 07:49 AM
Is your network topology like this?
ISP Modem\Router => Velop Primary (Bridge Mode) => Switch, Devices, Velop Secondary nodes