Computers with IP addresses on the same subnet can talk to each other natively. IP addresses with different subnet masks must communicate through a translating device such as a router to exchange information.
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A common example of a subnet mask is;. The subnet mask for all IP addresses in use at Logan Hall is Default gateway is the IP address of another computer that acts as the exit ramp for all traffic leaving the network.
The most common use for a default gateway is to allow computers on the network to access the Internet. Corporate environments use a "proxy server" as a default gateway to filter and protect outgoing network traffic.
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The default gateway address for Logan Hall is Without a proper DNS server and the correct subnet mask, a computer will not be able to access the Internet. All computers on-campus use the same DNS server addresses. Is there any fix to this problem? Has this problem already been reported? What is the cause?
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Gold Member. Hello and welcome. I think that fixed it.
Did lots of reboots and shutdowns and got internet all the times. What I thought was wrong: guess what?
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So it has nothing to do with it. Sorry for my early reply. What info do you want to know? I don't think there's the possibility of configuring DHCP in my router but I post some screens on attach.
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Anyone have any more ideas? I've attached a batch file that will reset your internet connection, reset your hosts file and flush your DNS. Could you please download it and run it? Hopefully this should fix your connectivity problems, if not, we'll have to dig deeper. That didn't work either.
This morning Any other suggestions? Hello again, I noticed an article from microsoft site Windows Vista cannot obtain an IP address from certain routers or from certain non-Microsoft DHCP servers that it states the following: 1 I have to set DhcpConnEnableBcastFlagToggle to 1, but as you can see I don't even have that key 2 If the router doesn't support broadcast I had to set DhcpConnForceBroadcastFlag to 0, instead of step 1 I'm attaching a screenshot without valid ip at startup and another with valid ip at startup.
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How can I know if my router supports dhcp broadcast? Is there any GUI friendly way to do this? To do this, follow these steps: Click Start, type regedit in the Start Search box, and then click regedit in the Programs list.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password, or click Continue. In the Value data box, type 1, and then click OK.