I'm having an issue with my wireless router (D-Link DGL-4300).
I've had this router for a couple of years and for the most part it has worked fine.
Recently, however, it seems to be having trouble assigning IP addresses properly to only one machine/device on the network... but not always the same one.
So, here's the scenario: I had 3 wireless devices that were all working: A laptop, a Nintendo Wii, and my Palm Pre. A few weeks ago, the laptop started having trouble connecting to the network... it'd fail to connect almost always, and I'd get a "limited or no connectivity" situation.
ipconfig /renew, and repair didn't solve the issue. I assumed the problem was with the laptop since my Wii and my Pre were both connecting with no problems.
After a while I got frustrated and now I have a long cable ethernet cable running to my laptop. However, ever since I stopped trying to connect wirelessly with my laptop, now my Pre won't connect. I get an "IP configuration failed" message.
It seems like whatever is trying to connect most recently won't work, and the other devices will work.
Any idea what may be causing this? Is my router just dying a slow death? What should I do to troubleshoot it?