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Avoid IP Conflict By Configuring DHCP Reservations

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DHCP or Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is used to assign dynamic IP address to devices that connect with your single network. If you want to connect more than one wireless device on your network, it will need an IP address that will help it to connect to the internet wirelessly. DHCP assigns that IP address so that your devices do not face IP conflicts. It will keep a check on the IP address so that your connected devices get unique IP address every time.

Avoid IP Conflict
With DHCP, your devices get IP address automatically. Hence, the work of the network administrator is reduced. Also, it decreases the chances of no internet connection due to conflict or overlapping of similar IP address. With the help of DHCP, one can also keep the track of clients on the network. That is why, the technicians at D-Link tech support prefers DHCP configuration in your router settings.

Get DHCP Reservation For Your Devices

Another way to keep IP conflicts at bay is to configure your router for DHCP reservation. This will reserve a particular IP address to one of your devices or MAC address. It is recommended, especially if you use a particular computer or wireless device too often. To set up ‘DHCP reservation’ in your D-Link router, you can avail D-Link router help support or try these steps to configure it on your own.

Login to your D-Link web need setup page by typing (incase of Netgear Router you need to follow with routerlogin.net to get login page) and enter the username and password. The username is admin and leave the password box blank. Click on OK to continue.Go to Setup tab and click on Network Settings.Look for ‘Add DHCP Reservation’ and click on it.Type in the name and IP address of your computer, as per your desire. Click on ‘Copy your PC MAC Address.’Save the settings to apply these settings. In case of any problem, dial D-Link helpline number for expert help.


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