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Networking issues Hi, I have an extended star network, with ISDN links connecting all spokes to the central hub. On the central hub i am hosting an application. At each of the spokes i am running a wireless network. I have over 400 spokes, in which the wireless network runs fine. One spoke intermittentally gets a DHCP leased IP address and DNS doesn't work at all. The application is IP based and hence fails, intermittently. When i try to assign a static IP to the wireless device it can not get on the network, unless i assign an IP outside of the DHCP scope but inside the LAN's subnet. I have replaced the router and the switch with new ones that have been tested and worked. I have disconnected the wireless network from the LAN of the problematic spoke and validated it works by taking it to another site and running it successfully. I have also replaced the wireless devices on numerous occasions. I get 4000+ms pings from the wireless device to the application host and sometimes i cannot even ping the DHCP server. What else can i do to get my application working?

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Hi gymny,

The best connectivity in hosting application is using virtual ip network. Normally DHCP always changing IP in everytime your computer reboot or shutdown.

Hope this will be helpful to your problem.


Best regards,


Philip

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