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Cannot renew ip address

Laptop w wireless connection through dlink route for past year but now will not connect and will requests ip address be renewed but it will not renew it. already did the release/renew, still sends back same message, cannot renew address see network manager

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  • junechabib May 12, 2009

    no, still cannot renew ip address

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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!!

C:\>ipconfig /flushdns

Posted on May 12, 2009

  • AJ Jones
    AJ Jones May 12, 2009

    Try to connect VIA LAN Line (DSL) and try to perform the same steps I mentioned earlier..

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