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View DHCP Leased Clients on RV180 and RV180W
This article explains how to Check the DHCP leased clients on RV180 and RV180W routers via the web interface. Viewing DHCP leases can show what IP addresses have been given out to the host's corresponding MAC Address. This can assist in troubleshooting DHCP issues or finding out what IP addresses are available.
• RV180 • RV180W
Steps of Procedure
Step 1. Use the router configuration utility to choose Networking > LAN (Local Network) > DHCP Leased Clients. The DHCP Leased Clients page opens.
The DHCP Leased Clients page will show the DHCP Leased Client information.
• IP Address — The IP address which has been leased.
• MAC Address — The MAC address of the host who has recieved the IP address through DHCP.
• Server — The DHCP server on the RV180 or RV180W which has given out the lease shown.