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I just changed my router's IP from to My local IP before was and now it is

How can I make it (100 is the starting number for my DHCP server. I have done release/renew a few times but to no avail.

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Your DHCP server? You mean on the router? What brand of router? – AthomSfere May 9 '13 at 1:46
Your question is confusing. is your router set at .124, or a pc connected to it? – Keltari May 9 '13 at 1:46
a pc connected to it. another pc connected to it ends in 136 which is not following the .100, .101 sequence i expected – Tar May 9 '13 at 1:51
Your router may have DHCP setting that you can change. The DHCP setting usually requires you to enter the starting IP and the ending IP (or how many IP slots available after the starting IP). If you are worried about the IP being in-sequence, perhaps setting Static IP is in order? (Some Router supports Static-IP via DHCP by entering the Mac address of the computer) – Darius May 9 '13 at 3:13

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