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Have you tried resetting your router ?, or how about using the trouble shooter when you right click on the icon saying your connected it might renew your ip for you. :)
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
suspect your cable modem is looking for the MAC address of your compaq's NIC. if you run IPCONFIG /ALL on the Compaq (Start run, cmd <enter> then IPCONFIG /ALL <enter> , you can get the 12 digit MAC address.
In the router setup, there should be an option to CLONE MAC address, put in the MAC address of the COMPAQ. Then release and renew the IP address in the Router from the cable modem. The router should then get a valid IP address from the cableand you should be able to connect both systems to the router and surf.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
SOURCE: cannot renew ip address
You may have to perform a DNS Flush..Sometimes with wireless, the laptop cache in the IP address that is used when you are connected wirelessly. You can Flush this down the toilet by performing the following command at a DOS Prompt by going to run, and type in CMD, then input the following command in. Once this is done, try to renew your IP again!!
Posted on May 12, 2009
192. is the beginning of a default gateway IP address and is usually only assigned when you are using a router. I recommend connecting to your router.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
have you tried to fully reset your router? you can turn off your modem and router, but some routers have built-in batteries so have a reset button on the back usually, more often then not you need a pin or something small to get to your router reset button, keep it pressed in for atleaset 5seconds, then leave your router to reset on its own for a few moments, then turn on your pc and try the internet again. I say this as you may just have an IP conflict.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
Go to Control Panel, then Network Options. Right click the "Local Area Connection" and click properties. Double click the TCP/IP and once that opens you can specify a different IP address manually for that pc which is different from the one your currently being assigned. If you need to see what address your currently pulling, when in the Network Options, Right click the Local Area Connection and click on Status. Click the Support Tab and then show Details. This will give you the current IP address, the Subnet Mask, the Gateway address and the DNS address(s). When specifying a new IP address, only change the last number to something higher than what it is now. If you currently have 192.168.1.5 for instance, specify a new address that is like 192.168.1.16. For the rest of the info, make it the same as what you saw under details. once you do that and hit OK a couple times, it will change it and resolve the IP address conflict for good. :)
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
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