Everytime I start one of my two Windows machines, I need to go to the control panel network adapter and enter the static IP address in the IPV4 properties. It is always blank after a shutdown.I have two machines that are networked for flight simming.One of the machines must have a static IP so I configured both static. Not sure if this has anything to do with my problem.
I have seen other discussions regarding Static MAC address entries on IPv4, but what of IPv6?We have MS NLB solutions and they are working fine. We have Cisco 6509/6504, Version 12.2(33)SXI5
But then we have a new one for a new ActiveDirectory solution, and on those networks we have implemented IPv6.
How is Static MAC address entries and MS NLB solved in IPv6 (i.e arp ip.ip.ip.ip mac.mac.mac ARPA gi1/1). I can't seem to find much examples or documentation on this? Is it replaced with another function?The reason I ask is twofold.
1. I really want to know
2. The NLB cluster seem to drop IPv6 traffic at even intervals, witch seems to correspond with NLB transition.
how a static entry under a "sticky" performs Configuring Static IP Address Sticky Table Entries Cisco Documentation Says When you configure a static entry, the ACE enters it into the sticky table immediately. Configuring the ACE Action on Server Failure failaction purge # The purge keyword specifies that the ACE remove the connections to a real server if that real server in the server farm fails after you enter the command. The ACE sends a reset (RST) to both the client and the server that failed. Cisco Documentation Says If you do not configure this command, the ACE takes no action when a server fails
I have a problem when trying to configure my wrt320n , I put in the exact same config. as I had with my wrt54g, and I do mean the exact same, even the name and all, but when I try to save the config on Advance Routing I get the message "Invalid static route", I think it's a bug
I was trying to set a DHCP pool with 127.16.0.0/16 with RV220W, however, RV220W UI can't save it. It displays "IP Address Range -"Step to reproduce: (it is 100% reproducible)
1. login into RV220W admin web
2. Create a VLAN, id 201
3. Go to "Multiple VLAN subnets", select the VLAN, click edit
4. Enter following info: IP Address: 172.16.0.1 Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0 DHCP Mode: DHCP Server Domain Name: Cisco Starting IP Address: 172.16.2.100 Ending IP Address: 172.16.10.254 Primary DNS Server: 172.16.0.1 Leave rest of settings with default value. DNS proxy is enabled
5. Press Save button. The UI shows text "IP Address Range -".
Expected result: RV220W shall save the setting and make use of 172.16.0.0 subnet in IP pool. By the way, the error message "IP Address Range -" seems incompleteI tried same setting on netgear FVS318N (very similar settings to RV220W), it accepts 172.16.0.0/16 as DHCP IP pool and works.RV220W has great feature set meets my needs. Its UI is slow and sometime dashboard freezes, which I can live with comparing to features. But DHCP server IP pool can't be class B is huge limitation to me.
I am trying to give an static ip address to a time clock on my network and for some reason when I connect time clock to network it will always get an ip address from a different network. for example my computer IP address is 192.168.2.70 when connected to network, my default gateway is 192.168.2.1, the IP address that the time clock always gets is 192.168.1.120, there is no way to tell the time clock what IP address I wanted to be it has to get it from router (that is what the manufacturer told me), router (16portLiksys) does not have DHCP enabled the guy who set up network left it disabled, on his notes he says server (dell server T110) is acting as router is that true that a server can be acting as router?what do guys think is going on here?all the computers hooked up to network have static IP address.I also notice that when I connect a computer to router it will get an IP address from different network the same as time clock.I tried to reserve ip address on router by entering MAC address from time clock but it won't work. I am not very familiar with the server settings I have not try changing settings on server, I am not even sure the guy who set up network is right about using server as router.
One computer (Windows 7 Laptop) which travels between both locations.Can I or how do I setup a static IP address for both locations on my computer and not have to change settings when I change locations?
I am connected to a static ip network. This network sets local ips to connected computers but general ip is the same: static ip of network. When i go to "whatismyipaddress", I can see this static ip. I want to change my ip address. I have no chance to use proxy server or router connection. Is there a way to change my ip address? (Because some sites ban ip address, ex:rapidshare etc. and I need to change my ip)
HP wifi printers (I've had 2 over the last several years)eventually have a disconnect with my wifi router and was told (by an experienced IT guy from my last job) I should assign the printer a static address to eliminate the problem. How can I assign a static address to my printer. Here are the models Router: Belkin model F5D9231-4v1(01); Printer HP Officejet 6600. I know how to access the printer and manually enter an IP address and subnet and such, I just don't know which numbers to use where. I also know how to access my router, via typing in the IP address in Internet Explorer, but i'm unsure of which tab within the router's page (i.e. is it category wirelessunder MAC address control) or which numbers (IP address or MAC Address)and where should I get the correct numbers from (i.e. go run, cmd,IPconfig/all).
A business network has had a Static IP Address for several years. Recently, something caused the settings to be changed to "Obtain an IP Address Automatically". As a result, pcAnywhere will no longer connect, and this is a critical function of the office. This has to get fixed. I've attempted to put the settings back to what they were (The IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, etc...) but now the Server will no longer connect to the internet when you setup the Static IP. The settings I am using are exactly the same as the ones from over 2 years ago. Now they no longer work, and networking is confusing to me.
I've had the same IP address for years and want to change it to a new one - I have a dynamic IP but for some reason it will never change.It looks as if it's always static-what settings I need to change on Windows 7 to get it to roll over onto a new IP address?
ok the connection is a dial up it doesn't give any static ip address when i connect it now it will give me different ip , when i disconnect it again it will give me another ip. an the message appear at the server and the affect the client.....the client are using satic ip address.
I have what I feel is sort of a strange issue. When I have systems on my home network get their IP from DHCP, they can get to the internet just fine. But it seems that when I assign a static address, they have local network access only, and will not get a connection to the internet. My windows 2008 server is the big problem with this one.
When I was hosting a server on minecraft, a few people complained that the server was down. It was, and the problem is that my router switched to a dynamic IP after comcast installed a security system to my house. If I try to reset the router, the system goes down and takes a helluva long time to get back up. Whenever I try to switch to a static IP, however, I lose internet connection. Wondering how to fix this. Or do I have to switch back to my laptop - which might also not even work. (I'll go try that, but I'm using my desktop because it has extra RAM.)
Do not have internet connectivity, despite all the lights lit on calbe modem and the ASUS WL520GU router and only the internet and ethernet lights are lit on the Linksys 2102.Despite numerous reboots, no change and even bypassing the router and connecting directly to ATA still no conectivity.When I open a browser, it reverts to the Asus error page, "reason for failed connection: You have set the wrong dynamic or static IP address, though nothing was changed.Funny thing again, a direct internet connection to the ATA did nothing.A google search only just shows lots of unasnered posts on this issue, or only the usual 'please reboot'.
I am trying to configure ASA to assign same static ip address to certain user(User1) every time when he connect to network via AnyConnect client. We have Windows AD and use LDAP AAA server for authentication of VPN Remote Access users. I found in document "Cisco ASA 5500 Series Configuration Guide using the CLI, 8.2" in section "Configuring an External Server for Security Appliance User Authorization" explanation and configured ASA and User Properties in AD on exectly same way:First, I assigned static ip address in properties menu(dial in section) of User1 in Active Directory. Then I created ldap attribute map where I mapped msRADIUSFrameIPAddressattribute to IETF-Radius-Framed-IP-Address attribute. At the end I applied this ldap attribute map to AAA server group LDAP.
Although I set this up, whenever I connect using User1 credentials from AD I still get ip address from vpn pool instead static ip address that I configured. In output of debug ldap 255 command I found line "msRADIUSFramedIPAddress: value = -1062718956" but not any line that prove mapping above mentioned attributes.It seems like mapping is not working.All AnyConnect users get parameters from defined internal group policy on ASA,including addresses form pool,dns server etc. I want that User1 get static ip address and inherit all other parameters from group policy.
My second problem with sg200-08 (firmware: SG200-08x_FW_220.127.116.11.stk) is when I try to add specific MAC address as secure:MAC Address Tables - Static Addresses - Add; insert vlan id, port, mac address and select "Secure":I get error message: "Error: Failed to Add 'Static Address' entry.
In my router I can set rule that all traffic incoming to router's extAddr:8888, is forwarded to my intAddr:8888. But I also need reverse rule that packets originating from intAddr:8888 are translated to extAddr:8888. Can I do that? What technique can I search on google to find more information, because it is not port forwarding. I would calll it reverse port forwarding or static port address translation, but I do not find anything useful in internet searching these keywords.
using ipconfig to show static ip address when cable is unplugged, can ipconfig show static ip address when cable is unplugged? if no why? and if yes how do you make it work? anything you can edit on registry to mke it work.
I have 3 Dcs-3420's on the same network same static ip setup and they never have issues. Im testing 1 942L, I've upgraded firmware to1.11, but periodically the camera loses its ip address which is weird because it is set static. My wireless is set to Mac address security. Now camera is outside in a shaded area, over night the camera worked all night, this morning it has reset three times. Additionally, each time it resets/losses ip address it also loses the manually set time.
We have a Cisco ASA 5520 and in order to conserve public IP addresses and configuration (possibly) can we use the same public IP address for a static NAT with two different interfaces? Here is an example of what I'm refering too where 10.10.10.10 would be the same public IP address.
I've got a network of several AIR-LAP-1242G LWAPP access points controlled by a 2112 WLC. I assign static IP addresses to each LWAPP, but every few weeks, a couple of them (at random) revert back to grabbing a DHCP-assigned dynamic address for themselves, despite the fact that they're supposedly solidy configured to have static IPs. What's going on here? Is this a bug in their firmware or the WLC's firmware? If I reboot the APs, then they come up with their static IPs, but after running some random number of days/weeks, will spontaneously change their own management IP addresses and grab a DHCP address for themselves.
The 1242G APs version numbers reported by the WLC's web GUI are:
I have ASA 5505 with basic licence, v9.1, ASDM 7.1. I want to create the DMZ for a web server.
The interface 0 is for the outside network The interface 6 is for the DMZ All other interfaces are for the inside network
My ISP provided me with one public static IP address, one gateway address and a subnet mask 255.255.255.252
1/ I would like to ask which interface I should assign the public static IP address to. Should it be assigned to the outside interface 0, or should it be assigned to the DMZ interface 6, while outside interface would be configured to use DHCP?
I tried to assign the static IP address to the outside interface first, but then when I used ASDM the “Public Servers” feature to configure NAT, I get error message that the outside interface and the public address cannot have the same IP address.
2/ For the sake of peace of mind, I am thinking about using the second firewall, which would be used only for the inside network. Can I connect this second firewall to one of the inside interfaces of the 1st firewall,
I recently switched operating systems from XP to Windows 7. Since that time whenever I need to reboot the router, it does not recognize my printer. How do I set the router to a static ip address and will that affect its recognition of my computer? I have had no problems with computer recognition, only printer.