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Wireless issue Dear Expert, I have a HP paviolion laptop with Vista installed, and a BELKIN wireless router in the office. i have assigned static IP for laptop on it's alternate IP for wireless connection because i use DHCP at home with it's Primary IP. however i have disabled DHCP from BELKIN router but still after every 15 to 20 minutes my wireless card starts searching for Automatic IP and then i have to repair the connection to reconnect to the router. please let me know with your kind support. Thx-AryaN

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As far as your primary connection is DHCP and when its detects wireless conecction it will start getting to connect to the device becoz in you configuration you choose connect to any wireless access point option. At office your laptop try to connect but the secondary Ip address and primary configuration get conflict and primary configuration ask you to repair or shows limited connectivity option. Better is enable dhcp on you both sides so that you will not face any problems

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Try resetting your desktop back top a static configuration. ie: Do not assign a ip.
You system will assign a ip of 192.168.0.1 most likely.
Now, disconnect your modem from its power source and remove its battery for 30 seconds.
Next, disconnect your power source to the router or hub.
Now, go ahead and hook up your power connections to the router and install your battery and power connection to your modem.
Allow your modem to fully setup before attempting to go further.
Now, reboot your desktop and try your normal internet connection..
If it works ok, leave it and go to your laptop.
Leaving the desktop unit on, startup your laptop.
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John

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How to set up a static IP address in Windows Vista


Static IP addresses are often used for computers that host specific services, or for computers on small, manually managed networks. To set up a static IPv4 address on a Windows Vista computer, first find an IP address that is not currently in use and is outside the DHCP assignable range (if applicable). Then follow either of the procedures below.

From the taskbar:

1. Right click on the network connection icon in the system notification tray.
2. Select Network and Sharing Center.
3. Under Tasks, select Manage network connections.
4. Right click on the network connection that you want to set up the IP address for (Local Area Connection, Wireless Network Connection, etc.)
5. Select Properties.
6. If the User Account Control window pops up, select Continue.
7. Click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
8. In the Properties window, click the circle next to Use the following IP address.
9. Enter the IP address that you want to assign to the computer.
10. Enter the subnet mask and default gateway. (For small or home networks, these will typically be 255.255.255.0 and 192.168.1.1, respectively.)
11. Enter the IP address of the DNS server next to Preferred DNS server.
12. If you have an alternate DNS server, enter that IP address as well.
13. Click OK to save the changes.

From the Start menu:

1. Click the Vista orb.
2. Right click on Network.
3. Follow the procedure above from step #3.

Reserving an IP address under DHCP is different from setting up a static IP address. To reserve an IP address, log into your router's configuration utility and look for a heading such as DHCP or IP Address Distribution. You will probably need either the computer's Windows name or its MAC address to reserve an IP address for it.

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