RE: DHCP Errors

Posted: 03-27-2007, 10:45 PM
Sorry to say if it was that easy I wouldn't of posted anything it goes deeper
than that.

I did narrow it down when charter renews the modem and when the router
renews it's IP address One is 48hrs and one is 1 day and that's where I think
the hiccup lies.
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"Mary" wrote:
> You should try the usual reset if your setup worked before. Turn off the
> computer, turn off the router by unplugging the power, then unplug the modem.
> Reset: First plug in the modem, wait until the lights are all blinking
> happily, then plug in the router and wait 2 minutes to establish
> communication with the modem, then turn the computer on. If this setup never
> worked, you have an error in the configuration. Check your router's home page
> for incorrect settings.
>
> "Mikro" wrote:
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > Lately Windows Vista Event Viewer started logging DHCP IP request denied for
> > IP address (My Linksys router)
> >
> > ISP Charter and I'm on Cable Modem SB5100 router BEFSR41 v3 and I got built
> > in Intel intergated Nic and IP Lease failed to renew tc/ip stack errors it's
> > a mess and I have no Idea how to reset it or fix this.
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> > MikroXP, Beta Testing Fool & New Stuff Addict

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Mikro
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DHCP Errors
Posted: 03-28-2007, 01:59 AM
Hello,

Lately Windows Vista Event Viewer started logging DHCP IP request denied for
IP address (My Linksys router)

ISP Charter and I'm on Cable Modem SB5100 router BEFSR41 v3 and I got built
in Intel intergated Nic and IP Lease failed to renew tc/ip stack errors it's
a mess and I have no Idea how to reset it or fix this.
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Mary
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RE: DHCP Errors
Posted: 03-28-2007, 02:07 AM
You should try the usual reset if your setup worked before. Turn off the
computer, turn off the router by unplugging the power, then unplug the modem.
Reset: First plug in the modem, wait until the lights are all blinking
happily, then plug in the router and wait 2 minutes to establish
communication with the modem, then turn the computer on. If this setup never
worked, you have an error in the configuration. Check your router's home page
for incorrect settings.

"Mikro" wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Lately Windows Vista Event Viewer started logging DHCP IP request denied for
> IP address (My Linksys router)
>
> ISP Charter and I'm on Cable Modem SB5100 router BEFSR41 v3 and I got built
> in Intel intergated Nic and IP Lease failed to renew tc/ip stack errors it's
> a mess and I have no Idea how to reset it or fix this.
> --
> MikroXP, Beta Testing Fool & New Stuff Addict
 
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