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Cannot change the IP setting

Discussion in 'Networking' started by seven, Feb 14, 2005.

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  1. seven

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    Windows 2000.

    I cannot change the IP settings. It restarts the system and reloads the same IP settings and will not save the new ones.

    I have done this: made sure I am in Administrator, Uninstalled the TCP/IP and reinstalled TCP/IP.

    I know winXP has a sytem restore that needs to be turned off for certain things, but what can affect Win2000 from not alowing me to change the IP?
     
  2. blin

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    are you using DHCP? if not, what's the ip after rebooting.
     
  3. seven

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    No, not using DHCP. Only Static routes.
     
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    What I am really haveing trouble with is getting a wireless connection from 2 buildings using D-Link outdoor Bridges.
    Building A :
    has a PC 192.168.0.52
    Access point 192.168.0.50
    Remote bridge 192.168.0.2

    Building B :
    Central bridge 192.168.0.1
    Cisco Switch
    Cisco Router 10.*.*.1

    No connection. Also should I make the Building B the same 10.*.*.* network addressing?
     
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