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I would like to change my IP Range scope in DHCP but would like to know how to get workstations to obtain their new IP addresses without rebooting their computers and/or doing a release and renew. Is there a way to do that?
i ve configured dhcp server on my network, in which there are 200 pc's. all are having their dynamically arranged ip addresses. suppose i m disonnecting one of my pc from the network and again im reconnecting it, am i going to get the same ip address or not. i ve configured the scope also.
I am having problems with some machines losing their internet connections. I do a ipconfig release and renew and everything is fine. The odd thing is after a couple of weeks, the problem goes away. Where should I start looking to find the cause of this issue?