I currently have a network of raspberry ip's running Buster connected to a pc on a local network with the wifi interface disabled. The pc is running a DHCP server to assign each of the pi's non-static addresses. However when using the command
hostname -I while ssh'ed into one of the pi's two addresses appear :
pi@raspberrypi:~ $ hostname -I
Where did this first address (169.254.253.76) come from? And how can I disable/remove the first address (169.254.253.76)?
The second address (169.254.0.3) is the address that was assigned by the DHCP server and is expected.
I cannot / do not want to assign static ip's to the pi's. They must have only one address that is assigned by the DHCP server from the pi's dhcpcd client.