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    Default How to Release and Renew an IP Address

    If youíre working in IT, there are a few things that you need to know no matter what. They are basically essential skills for any IT person. One of those skills is knowing how to renew and release IP addresses.

    Youíll need to do this a lot during your IT career and itís really useful for getting your computer reconnected to the Internet or to the local LAN network. Renewing an IP address can also help fix an IP address conflict.

    In order to renew an IP address, go to Start, then Run and type in CMD to open a new command prompt window.

    Now type in the following command:

    ipconfig /renew

    Whichever network adapters are currently connected on the computer will go out and have their addresses renewed with the DHCP server.

    To release an IP address, type in the following command:

    ipconfig /release

    ipconfigrenew_thumb.png

    This command will release the IP address for all connected adapters. Note that you can also refresh all DHCP leases and re-register DNS names using the registerdns command.

    ipconfig /registerdns

    releaseipaddress_thumb.png

    If youíre having other issues, like being able to connect to your wireless router, but not to the Internet, read my previous post. Enjoy!


    Source: goo.gl/QyC9Ju

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    Default Re: How to Release and Renew an IP Address

    Quote Originally Posted by tadashihamada View Post
    If you’re working in IT, there are a few things that you need to know no matter what. They are basically essential skills for any IT person. One of those skills is knowing how to renew and release IP addresses.

    You’ll need to do this a lot during your IT career and it’s really useful for getting your computer reconnected to the Internet or to the local LAN network. Renewing an IP address can also help fix an IP address conflict.

    In order to renew an IP address, go to Start, then Run and type in CMD to open a new command prompt window.

    Now type in the following command:

    ipconfig /renew

    Whichever network adapters are currently connected on the computer will go out and have their addresses renewed with the DHCP server.

    To release an IP address, type in the following command:

    ipconfig /release

    ipconfigrenew_thumb.png

    This command will release the IP address for all connected adapters. Note that you can also refresh all DHCP leases and re-register DNS names using the registerdns command.

    ipconfig /registerdns

    releaseipaddress_thumb.png

    If you’re having other issues, like being able to connect to your wireless router, but not to the Internet, read my previous post. Enjoy!


    Source: goo.gl/QyC9Ju
    This should be posted in Computer Zone forum thread

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    Default Re: How to Release and Renew an IP Address

    Quote Originally Posted by ilocin26 View Post
    This should be posted in Computer Zone forum thread
    Sorry, Newbie lang. Heheheh

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