|10 May 2010||#52|
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DHCP server works by "marking" your NIC's MAC address as "given IP address", thus it will not be given any IP address configuration anymore. As I stated earlier, maybe your MAC address is stuck at the router's DHCP server's reservation, thus your computer doesn't get any IP from it. You need to flush that "stuck" record...
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