Background: I am trying to connect my MacBook Pro to a business grade network where I do not have access to reboot the server, switches, or router. Problem: The MacBook Pro (running Snow Leopard ...
I sometimes have problems dropping IP addresses after changing networks and get stuck with a self-assigned IP that I cannot drop by hitting the renew "DHCP Lease" button on my Mac OS X.5 Leopard. The ...
I am connected to a network that assigns my IP address via DHCP, but i also need to assign my NIC an IP address that is not in the network's address range. Is this possible, maybe with some "virtual ...
I believe this is somewhat related to my other question, Leopard Network Shares and Browsing are unreliable. I believe the problem is being caused by our network, because we're seeing problems in our ...
i cant figure out how to set Linksys WRT54G Wireless Router to use modem`s DHCP server. My network scheme is like this: [COMCAST MODEM] <=> [HUB] | | [LINKSYS] ...
How can I create a DHCP server in a Windows XP environment?
I would like to install a webcam (better if an independent ethernet based object) at home, and access it from outside while I'm abroad, so I can check if there's mail. However, my internet connection ...
I have a WRT54G router that is set up to serve out addresses via DHCP. It correctly serves up addresses to every other machine on the network, including another PC, my macbook when connected via ...
For all my googleing it appears the best you can do is tell your computer not to use DHCP; I cannot find a way to do this at the Access Point level. EDIT: This is not for port forwarding. This is ...
What's the proper way to determine the computer's gateway when going from DHCP to a static IP. Operating system is Mythbunutu with Ububtu desktop installed. I had previously been editing ...
I've found some home wireless routers/ADSL+ modems (ZyXEL 660) talking about Static DHCP, when refering to assosiating a specific MAC to an IP, but still serve the configuration over DHCP. Doesn't ...