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Need to add a computer to the DHCP client list of Belkin router

Having problems adding a new lap top to the DHCP client list of my Belkin wireless G router

go to 192.168.2.1 but do not find the menu particularly helpful!

can find out how to add the new MAC address but cannot find out how to add the new IP address

when I press refresh nothing happens

my new lap top has great signal strength but cannot access the service

help!

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You can't add a computer to DHCP Client table manually, because DHCP client table is automatic. If you wanna know the MAC address of your computer, go to Start > Run > type CMD and press enter. On the command prompt type in IPCONFIG/ALL and look for Physical Address. That is also the MAC Address of your computer.

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• To exit this screen, click the kb17362-009_en.png button

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