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To renew the IP address under Windows XP, you issue the following two commands in sequence under command line (aka cmd):
Posted on Feb 20, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What are you using for Internet connects? do you have the Access point connected to a Router. or is it connected to the Cable or DSL modem. I will need more information to complete this. If you have a router is is set to give an IP address or do you have a static IP? If it is set to give a Dynamic ip change the access point to recieve ip address from router and same with computer. If your connected directly to the Modem with the access point and you only have one IP address it will be used by the access point and not allow the computer to connect.
for more help please provide your internet (DSL, T1, CABLE) if you have router, how it provides IP, and how access point is connected to it.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
the cisco1130ag will provide ip addresses and serve as a DHCP server for your laptops...
You still need an IP address for your 1130ag so either your ISP provides you a static ip that you can put in the 1130 or if your ISP provides dhcp then you should be able to plug and play with your 1130ag
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
You must be on the same subnet of the AP. Static your IP address to 192.168.0.29 with a subnet of 255.255.255.0. If it's hooked up to the same network you are, you should get in.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
SOURCE: When my wireless access point
Hi, Your computer is most like have IP address permanently asign. To change the setting for windows 7, click start, click control panel, click network & internet, click network sharing, click connection, click lower left hand property, click Internet protocol version 4 (TCP?IPv4), click property and click obtain and IP address automatically. Your Router will asign IP address. Windows XP, Click start, click connect to, click to show all connection, right click to the wireless connection adapter, click the property and click the down arrow click to TCP/IP, click the property and change it to obtain IP address automatically. That should work for you. Get back to us if this information help you solve you solve the problem. Good day now.
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
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