Help! Wireless network

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  1. aredee

    aredee New Member

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    So, the wireless network that I have randomly assign people 10.0.0.X ip's. For example, I'll be online then internet would stop working sparadically and then if i went ipconfig, it would give me some random 10.0.0.X ip. So, i would have to do a ipconfig /release then a /renew

    any ideas?


    Thanks in advanced!
     
  2. mdaniel

    mdaniel S is for Shiksa

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    Are you sure you're connecting to YOUR network?
     
  3. 7960

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    this is the key.......make sure you only associate to your access point.
     
  4. aredee

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    Yes, its my network.
     
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    then you tell us why it's randomly assigning an IP address out of the DHCP range (assuming 10.x.x.x isn't in your range)
     
  6. Rob

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    Change your SSID. It sounds like the client is roaming to another network and getting a new address.
     

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