As you said in your comment, your default gateway is 10.0.0.1, meaning you're on a
10 private IP range, instead of the
192 range. This is fine, and the
10 range is the default on some routers, most notably on CISCO routers.
So let's begin.
Let's start by going back to the automatic assignment: (Credits to SalvoF and DrZoo)
NOTE: You do not have to change the DNS to automatic. Only the IP.
Now you can run
ipconfig once you get a connection. (Let the
cmd window stay up, don't close it yet).
So now your router's DHCP assigned you a new IP, because you set it to do so automatically and you should see an IP in the
Let's go back to assigning the IP address in the properties (how you did previously in your screenshot). Basically, setting it to a
10 range. For example,
10.0.1.1. for the IP and
255.255.0.0 for the Subnet mask. (Look back at your previous
ipconfig in the
cmd window and refer to how it was set up there.)
Now go to your router's settings. (either by navigating to 10.0.0.1 in your browser or however the manufacturer suggests you do. You can google this part). Now as DrZoo mentioned, you should remove the static IP that you set yourself, from the DHCP pool. Again, this is specific to the router and might need to be google'd on how it's done for your particular router.
Removing an IP from the DHCP pool simply means the router won't even try to assign that to a computer that has the properties as "Obtain an IP address automatically". Which means there won't be any IP related conflicts on your network.