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kaptain1

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Hi All,

So, i had about 30 LAN users connect/turn-on pc's on monday morning, and everybody was good except 1 person who got 'kicked-off' the internet connection few times in the morning. I have no idea why that might of happened - she had dynamic IP (however, she had both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connections ON), but others with both connections ON didn't experience any trouble. "Conflict IP Address" error came up on her screen when her connection went offline.

My DHCP server in KWF is set to give out addresses automatically, and if i look under "Leases" tab in "DHCP server" menu, there are 5 "DECLINED" ip addresses.

I'm not clear on those 'declined addresses', could you guys clarify that for me please.

I understand that if client has dynamic IP address set, and server gives out dynamic IP's, then it should be fine... Not sure why would a client "DECLINE" an IP address. :/

Also, under "Advanced Options" for "DHCP Server", in "Decline Options" which option should i use in there and how long the time should be before IP address is offered again?

Thanks in advance!

[Updated on: Tue, 01 July 2008 02:33]

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kaptain1

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Well... idk what was the problem. Somethign wasn't right for sure.
I assigned all users permanent IP addresses through KWF, and now it seems not to cause conflicts. :/
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