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D-Link DSS 16+ Unable to get IP address

D-LINK DSS 16+ connected to multiple DHCP servers (Cisco, Netgear, Linksys) will not pass a DCHP address. Cycled power on the switch (NO-GO), used several ports (NO-GO), used straight thru, and cross-over CAT5/5 on different ports (NO-GO). D-Link keeps providing a 169.254.X.X IP address to client computer. Any thoughts?

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The D-link DSS switch should require nothing special to pass along IP addresses. You may want to power off your computer, switch and router, and then power up after 30 seconds. It could be that when you were testing, the computer pulled an IP address from the router and if you moved to the switch without renewing the IP, there was a conflict. Powering down and repowering should do the trick.

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