It slightly bugs me to be using 128 instead of 1. Is there an unseen advantage to using .128. there instead .1 for simplicity? The only thing I can think of is if Im working with two NICs it makes it easier to know what interface Im on if theres differentiation. Thoughts?
Changed it. Seems fine.
No need to keep 192.168.128.x. I would not use 192.168.1.0/24 or 192.168.0.0/24 if possible due to overlap. It’s commonly used by home networks and even some businesses. If you ever need to connect in via client VPN or have a third party tunnel, those two subnets can cause you a lot of grief.
Better to avoid or remediate if you can.
A quick search points to no.
Honestly, I’m (relatively) lazy and reboot things. Specifically, I tell my clients to reboot things. 😉 On most DHCP devices, that will force them to repeat the DORA process.
On the MX, you should be able to clear the lease table for a specific scope by temporarily disabling the dhcp server for the associated vlan. Disable dhcp server, save, wait a min. Re-enable, save, wait a min.
Then restart dhcp devices or otherwise force a renewal.
I rebooted lol
im nowhere near business critical
went with 192.168.3.0/24
less irritating than 128