In the LAN section you could assign the IP address range. The Default range is 192.168.10.11 to 192.168.10.240. This means that 192.168.10.2 to 192.168.10.10 and from .240 to .254 are reserved. If you need more IPs then you could just reduce the range? Let me know if this works for you.
What I am looking for is for the UC320 to still assign through DHCP, however when you "Reserve" the ip address it knows to always assign that address to that device, based on the MAC address.
This eliviates the need for static IP addresses and the potential conflicts from them, but allows the user the flexibility to forward ports to a specific machine easily and not worry about the IP changing.
I think this is an excellent idea that eliminates the need to manually assign static IPs on each device but set it up for the devices in a central point in UC320w to always assign a specified IP to a specific MAC address.
And while at it, coin a technical name for this method.
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