Most of my computers use static dhcp, and they can access each other by hostname. Recently I booted a machine from a boot CD, (Clonezilla, to make backups) and the PC gets a dynamic IP. Why? (the MAC is now listed twice in Tomato device list) When I reboot into the OS, the PC takes the dynamic IP again. So there's a problem: Other PCs on my LAN can't access it. Their trying to resolve the name to the statically assigned dhcp IP. In Tomato (v1.19) there are now TWO devices with the same MAC address. One with the (unwanted) dynamic IP, one with the static. Is there a way to prevent this?