for what it's worth all the DHCP server issues we had were in the 8030 firmware (icx6xxx series), I've heard (and seen in a lot of release notes) that the DHCP server functionality has been greatly improved in 8080, 8090, and 8095, and I believe you said you have a 7250 so it can run these. worth a try. To potentially save yourself a lot of troubleshooting time, just remember in the back of your head if some random IOT devices/rokus/chromecasts suddenly don't get a DHCP lease, it's not your wifi, it's the switch's DHCP servThanks! I'd seen some posts about this from ~2018 and wasn't sure if it was still the case. At the moment the only hardware that I have for this is a Fitlet2 that's running OpnSense, and I'd like to avoid running a hypervisor on my internet-facing firewall "appliance" (mostly for simplicity and stability, I have no doubt it could be done sufficiently securely). I'll probably pick up a small server sometime soon and run DHCP there, but the switch should be okay for now.