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Dhcp renew time out

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What has happened is the dhcp ip address lease time as ran out, you should go into the routers settings (type 192.168.0.1 in your web browser) and change the lease length, it should be set as infinite or the longest you can set it to. If unable to get into the router there should be a reset button.

Posted on Sep 09, 2007

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  • Another device has the same IP
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Open a command prompt and type ipconfig /release
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Go into Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Network adapter on the left. Right click whichever adapter you are using (wired or wireless) select properties


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I will try to see if I can Be of some help...But first I need to know who your ISP is. Also I note that you indicated that you try to renew and release you do not show DHCP connected. You should be doing release and then renew, I believe that's what you meant to say? Also please describe to me how you attempted to set up static IP.
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