DHCP Problem

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by BrentN, Aug 10, 2005.

  1. BrentN

    BrentN Network Guru Member

    Alright so a little over a month ago I bought a WRT54G. Really it has been nothing but problems, but I'll get to my latest problem that needs fixing. I have a Windows XP desktop machine, an Apple Powerbook, and an XBox/PS2. The Powerbook, XBox and PS2 can all accept an IP address through DHCP no problems. While on the other hand my Windows machine can't. Before the router the Windows machine was set up to manually get the IP address from my cable modem, and that worked with no problems. Now for some reason it just can't with the router. So everything is manually configured on it. The PC has two ethernet ports, one on-board and one PCI, both work fine. I just hate having it manually configured, and kinda need it off of it. Has anyone ran into this problem, or know of a solution? It would be really appreciated.
  2. BrentN

    BrentN Network Guru Member

    Well, it started to work right after I posted. It figures it finally would as soon as I go for help.
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