My freepbx server has a static ip assigned (displayed in System Admin / Network Settings) but I discovered today while checking my DHCP server leases that it also has a dhcp assigned address. The lease is being renewed.
The Firewall / Interfaces page displays an entry for “eth0” with the static address along with an entry “dynamic” that displays the dynamic address.
In /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts there is an ifcfg-eth0 file with the static address config info with a comment “# Freepbx System Generated network configuration” and also an ifcfg-dynamic file with comments “#Generic Firewall Configuration Generated by Freepbx Firewall” there are no interface config lines other than “ZONE=external” and “DESCRIPTION=“unset””
ifconfig -a shows etho with only the static address and the lo: interface
Freepbx seems to be operating normally but I’d like to know why the DHCP address is there and how to remove it?