Since recently i've been having problems that my mobile devices are not getting an ip address from the telenet router dhcp . The only way to fix it it to restart the router which acts as DHCP
My ISP at my house (Telenet in Belgium) has its own modem+router+phone+tv (all-in-one box) ...
Router functions are only accesible throu my ISP's website.
DHCP can not be turned off.
I would want to use a different DHCP on a new router and then off-course use much better other functions the new router provides (firewall, DHCP-reservatios, guest login, ...)
So since i can not turn off the DHCP, can i ignore it somehow?
I prefer not to create a different VLAN with a second subnet. Because my TV decoder which allows me to view movies on demand needs to be connected to the all-in-one box. it is connected with coax and utp and it need both to come from that box.
All help is welcome.