I'd like to be able to have a reliable IP address for my host (which is Windows 10 and the machine running hyper-v) on the internal network hyper-V creates. By default, the host gets an IP (via what I originally thought was DHCP, but I now understand to be APIPA/auto-IP) on the internal network of the form 169.254.x.x with a 255.255.0.0 subnet mask.
I could just give it a static IP address in the adapter properties, but I've no idea what range of IPs are dynamically assigned, so I worry the static IP I pick could be dynamically assigned to a Hyper-V VM.
If I was on Windows Server, there'a a GUI and cmdlets to control DHCP server stuff, and I'm guessing I could apply those to the local DHCP server that is running on the host. But I'm not. Is there any way to create DHCP reservations for MAC ranges on the internal network on Windows 10? Or any way to know the range of IPs the internal adapter will use so that I can pick a static IP safely?