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Why would the manufacturers of the new Gen 2 LH1000 modem limit DHCP allocation to only 10 IP addresses? This is a hugely frustrating and seemingly senseless thing to do. My previous modem had no such limitation. Now with this supposed "upgrade", I have to redesign my entire network typography? Get your crap together Telstra and fix this. A firmware update should do it. Why do u always manage to find the most annoying ways to piss your customers off?
The limitation on number of static LAN IP address and the lack of support for NAT loopback has already been reported to Telstra and there should be a firmware update, but at this time there is no indication of when a firmware update that fixes the problem will be available.