We currently have three Belkin routers which we use as access points... they each have a static IP setup in the "use as access point" page in the 128 range and work great. (I just took over this position, don't ask me why they used 128 range). Anyways, we ordered two new Belkin routers and every time I go to assign a static IP of 128.0.0.x I get an error of "Invalid IP Address." I have already tried upgrading firmware... still same error.
Anyone else encounter this? The new router is Play N600 Model F7D8302 v1.
What I am assuming is the engineers or someone decided that they should no longer allow the class B range as an acceptable IP. I have escalated a case to a Belkin engineer.
Curious if anyone else has had the same problem.