Can I assign after a factory reset the router an IP over ARP?

Can I assign after a factory reset the router an IP over ARP?

Under mac it is really elaborate the rout to a new IP unequal 192.168.1.1 convert.

Why not a file on the USB stick with the new IP eg 10.10.0.1

Hi,

English is not my native and I find it very difficult to understand your question.

First question is if there is any existing boot process that automounts external drive (USB, SATA or whatever) and afterwards looks for some config backup. I don’t think so but I could be wrong.

So it would require modification of Turris firmware and I’m not sure it’s reasonable as Factory reset should be very last and rare option/situation and in that case is changing IP on client side (who will be reseting and restoring config) to 192.168.1… IMHO the easiest step.

But more advanced OpenWRT/Linux user or better - Turris team member will provide better answer.

After factory reset Router IP 192.168.1.1, Network and SSH-Client 10.10.0.xxx

works this

arp -s 10.10.0.1 D8:58:D7:00:XX:XX