07-19-2016 07:31 PM - edited 07-19-2016 07:32 PM
I was able to resolve the issue slightly differently. I went into the advanced>IP Distribution>Connection list and then I edited the dynamic address and checked it have it as a "Static Lease Type". Once I did that it showed in the connection list with a "delete"
Ooh! Good to know! Now, if I just remember that the next time that question comes up.
So, you kind of had to go backwards (or more like sideways) a step to get to where you wanted, but it sounds like you can get what you want now. Did you get it to the IP address you wanted to assign to it?
How do you actually assign a static IP address? I need to assign one laptop a static IP.
The link below should be helpful. It is not for the Quantum G1100 but the Actiontec Fios router but I believe the settings are the same in many respects.
I am reading at http://www.dslreports.com that this function is not viable in the Quantum Gateway Router. However you may be able to find out via the link I gave you.
This link above is your User Manual