I have an 1841 at a branch location configured to hand out IPs via DHCP on the router. I only want to hand out about a hundred and thirty addresses on of the default class C network. So the problem is that after about a month of running the current index is showing 117 which to me is strange since there are only about 40 machines in this location. I also set the lease to 6 days so I would have figured not to see such a high index. I'm sure this is something simple that I'm overlooking, but I'm not sure of what it is. I will attach the current config to help with troubleshooting. Thanks for the time.
Ok that makes sense. When I look at my pool information though it makes me a little nervous since it says 254 total addresses. So does the ip dhcp excluded-address, keep the pool from handing out the range of addresses that I don't want DHCP to touch? Thank you for your quick response.
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