I have three PCs
- 192.168.1.100 (DHCP)
- 192.168.1.101 (DHCP)
- 192.168.1.113 (Static)
One router (SMC SMC8014WN)
The .100 and .101 both have access to the internet. The .113 does not.
I check to make sure that .113 is within the DHCP range (.100-.150) of the router. I also set a previously working computer .101 to .107 and it could not connect to the internet.
The router is provided by my ISP (SHAW internet) and I do not have the ability to replace it.
My question is:
- What would cause a computer with a static IP address not to have access to the WAN while a DHCP'ed computer would.
What I mean by "Can not access to the WAN" is that I can not ping an external IP address for example .113 can ping .100 and .101 but can not ping 220.127.116.11 (google.com)
I am not using DNS, but just to check I set the DNS to 18.104.22.168 and I am still having the same issue.