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Ruckus ZoneFlex 7055 Access Point

New Contributor II
I am sorry for reposting this because it was not solved and non one replied my followup questions. Please help! Urgent! Thank you very much!

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FYI, I have a wireless modem, this 7055 AP and a bridge. There're connected as 
Clients => AP => Bridge => Wireless Modem (packets are being forwarded between Clients, AP and wireless modem)
I have turned off the Wifi Broadcast function for Wireless Modem while
The AP is currently broadcasting WiFi.
AP IP is
Wireless Modem IP is

Everything works well until recently I went to change the "IPv4 Connection Type" from 
Static IP where settings are as below:
IPv4 Address:
IPv4 Subnet Mask:
IPv4 Gateway:

to DHCP.

After I press save changes, I can no longer access to the AP setting page which can be accessed through 
Even if I cannot access AP configuration page, everything still works well, my clients can access the internet. One of my PC on the network can still control and monitor other PCs on the network using NetTop School Software.

Can anyone please kindly advise on this matter? Thank you very much.

Answered by
Michael Brado, Official Rep
Yes, write down the MAC address of the 7055 from the back label.
Look at the lease table on your DHCP server.  It likely has a new IP address.

Still not solved because I don't know how to access to the Lease table
Thank you very much Mr. Michael Brado. I understand how to copy MAC address of 7055 from back label but I don't understand how to look at the lease table on my DHCP server. 
My problem is unable to enter the configuration page of 7055 AP, may I know what method I can use to look at the lease table on DHCP server u mentioned above? Please advise. Thank you very much.

Valued Contributor
Open command prompt and type arp -a (as pic)
should get a long list of MAC addresses and their associated IPs.
Find the (known) MAC address of 7055 in list and you now have the IP it's been given.

Hope that helps.

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Thank you very much sir !

Esteemed Contributor II
Yeah, thanks Max.  Maybe someone should write a KBA on that...   =:^)