I have a router with a lot of computers on it. It has DHCP, so they are assigned IP addresses by the time they log in.
Because their IPs are shuffled every day, I get a lot of
WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED!
messages from SSH.
Is there any way to tell ssh to ignore the man-in-the-middle security on all addresses in the
192.168.2.* range but keep the security for everything else?