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DHCP Settings on Cisco RV016 Router

Posted on 2012-04-02
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I'm having problems configuring the DHCP settings on a Cisco RV016 Multi-WAN router.  I have two WAN connections and can get out to the internet just fine, but the DHCP setup is only allowing me to allocate 5 ip addresses.  It does not allow me to modify the settings and does not show save/cancel buttons on the DHCP setup screen.  I have attached a screenshot.

What could cause this?  I do not see this issue anywhere in support documentation.  
DHCP Setup Screen - Cisco RV016 Router
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by:atrevido
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Enable DHCP server: When this feature is enabled, the router can
dynamically assign IP addresses to up to 50 connected devices.

Required: Enter the DHCP Server IP Address. Other sections of this page
are optional.  You should enter 192.168.1.1 here.  You have to have something here and this is normally the address of the router.
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by:dtervo
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I tried that, but since there is no save button, I can't update that field or the Range Start or End Fields.
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which browser are you using?  Try IE.
Also, have you tried telneting into it?
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by:dtervo
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Using IE did the trick.  Once I logged in with IE, I could see the Save and Cancel buttons.  That was the only screen that gave me problems.  Thanks!
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