Using the DHCP server integrated in an AirPort base station (Extreme,
firmware level 5.1) to configure a small LAN, I find that on each
reboot of the base station all machines are given new IP addresses.
This is not how DHCP is supposed to work -- the specification states
expressly that DHCP leases must survive a reboot of the server.
Since AirPort reboots can't be avoided altogether this is a major
nuisance (the NetInfo "machines" entries must be updated to reflect
the new IP addresses).
Is this a known issue? Is there a workaround?