Re: How do I remove an outdated name:ip from a DHCP client?

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Subject: Re: How do I remove an outdated name:ip from a DHCP client?
Posted by:  WhiteZin2000 (Whitezin20…@bellsouth.net)
Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2004

Windows 2000/XP? Try 'ipconfig /release' from the command line to release
the old address. Once released, type  'ipconfig /renew' to acquire a new
DHCP address... if unsuccessful, no DHCP servers are on the local
subnet/segment.

Cheers!

"Ray York" <takscop…@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:5sNYc.33971$JG7.54…@hydra.nntpserver.com...
>I just moved a computer to a different ip address and the DHCP record shows
> as updated on the DHCP server (W2KS) but the clients still see it related
> to
> the old ip. HELP.

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How do I remove an outdated name:ip from a DHCP client? posted by Ray York on Mon, 30 Aug 2004