Question about D-Link Computers & Internet
After you change the IP address of your Router, you have to reset your Network Card IP address if it is Dynamic. If your IP address is Static you need to manually make these changes from within Windows. Else, reset your computer and try accessing the newly issued IP address for your Router.
Close all Browser Windows and Programs before continuing.
From the Command Prompt, type:
C:\> ipconfig /release
Press Enter, and then type:
C:\> ipconfig /renew
Now try and access the New Router IP.
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Posted on Oct 28, 2011
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