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Posted 4 years ago # almightydutch - Member 21 days is the max a BT Home hub will do on the DHCP lease Never had any issues with mine as it However you have given me a good tip with the static address tip. Maybe the old router renewed the leases less often so I never noticed the issue my setup was causing. You'll then need to scroll down the page until you see two text boxes labelled DNS 1 and DNS 2. this contact form

Rather than use the BT software to manage it, just use your normal browser; you might some "hidden" options that could highlight if there are any problems. Message 5 of 14 (5,809 Views)   Reply rwb196884 Beginner Posts: 12 Registered: ‎18-10-2014 0 Re: BT Home hub 3 wireless keeps dropping out then coming back up instantly Options Mark Windows 7 laptop, with DHCP enabled on the Home Hub i get at the gateway and as the DHCP server, i get an ip address, but Network and sharing We have a number of other pages offering help and advice on the Home Hub: Home Hub Security Settings Home Hub Port Forwarding Home Hub Phones and Telephony Logging in to https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/Devices-unable-to-obtain-IP-address-BT-HomeHub-5/td-p/1544035

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Tech Reviews Tech News Tech How To Best Tech Reviews Tech Buying Advice Laptop Reviews PC Reviews Printer Reviews Smartphone Reviews Tablet Reviews Wearables Reviews Storage Reviews Antivirus Reviews Latest Deals I used to do that on my old router and within the DHCP scope. Please follow the instructions provided with your devices." Posted 4 years ago # somouk - Member They should always renew without causing problems so just extend the lease time and as

I also recommend adding staitc IPs for your common devices - go to the advanced settings and view the devices, if you select one you can set it's IP address - A status screen should open. This will affect every device that uses it to connect to the internet, making it the easiest way to change DNS servers if you have more than one internet-enabled device in Bt Home Hub 5 Dhcp Not Working Check that the service is "Started" and that its Startup Type is "Automatic". >>> Also is their any underlining problem as Ive >>> got no lease etc because I filled in

Similarly my XBox One, Chromecast and Xbox 360 just don't even try and connect when they don't get an IP address. Bt Home Hub 5 Dhcp Settings Select Enable DHCP server, then enter the Primary DNS as and the Secondary DNS as Apparently, the BT Help Desk actually recommend you use channel 9-11 for best connectivity using the manual setting. https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/BT-Home-hub-3-wireless-keeps-dropping-out-then-coming-back-up/td-p/1425630 Then I found the "extended uPNP security*" check box, and un-checked it.

gudgulf 21:30 21 Apr 08 Try one of the other sockets on the router.My own router wont connect via the number 1 socket on the back of the router (Netgear) nor Bt Homespot Failed To Obtain Ip Address Enter a safe static IP address, as described at the start of this article. It's common to enable DHCP, so that a PC will be assigned a suitable IP address when it tries to connect On your PC, go Start > Settings > Network Connections, What do you use as your home router?

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Thanks Lawrence They are the settings that BT Openzone and FON use for their gateway. Any advice gratefully appriciated. Bt Homespot Ip Address mgmcc 20:26 11 Feb 10 I suspect the problem lies with the PC rather than the router. Bt Wifi Failed To Obtain Ip Address This will show the broadcasting networks round about you and their channels including your own.

Mac If you're using an iMac desktop or MacBook laptop, simply click on the System Preferences icon in the Dock then click on Network in the window that appears. weblink I thought I'd start with the STW lot before trying BT Posted 4 years ago # Cougar - Moderator Its own address you mean, or the leases it gives out to Message 6 of 17 (9,933 Views)   Reply karlfranz Beginner Posts: 4 Registered: ‎03-08-2013 0 Re: Devices unable to obtain IP address (BT HomeHub 5) Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe It seems crazy that a device should be able to knock out a network because of some sort of compatibility issue. Bt Homespot Not Connecting

Does anyone know how to access the DHCP settings on the Home Hub so that I can check the DHCP server is running ? The WiFi card was seeing the network, getting through the password validation thing Ok but was then hanging after that. This is handy, as it saves a lot of time and effort, making networking easy. navigate here BT advised that I speak to Dell first - just need to find the support/warranty paperwork first.

You can reserve IP addresses for given MAC addresses, but regardless of that DHCP should try and renew the same IP where possible (which for a home LAN should be 'always'). Bt Home Hub Dhcp Not Working I have been unable to uninstall the TCP/IP driver - how can I do this - use safe mode? How is it done on XP?


Rayle 14:52 15 Feb 10 Best place to ask is the BT forum Pages 1 2 >> Next… This thread is now locked and can not be replied to. Connect to your router's web-based management page and log in. Look for the section that contains your router's internet (WAN) address, and you should be able to override the DNS server setting. stevenoon View Public Profile Find More Posts by stevenoon Please sign in or register to remove this advertisement. 19-08-2007, 15:37 #2 Adam D Forum Member Join Date: Jan 2007 Bt Smart Hub Dhcp Not Working Enter the Netmask as and the Gateway as your router's IP address.

in the bottom right corner of the window. Shortly I will try connecting the laptop via Ethernet - not sure if that's a good thing to try without messing things up even more. A black box should come up. his comment is here It worked fine so never thought it would cause issues on this new router.

Many devices, Apple in particular, seem to have a problem with the dual band using the same SSid. If you like a post, or want to say thanks for a helpful answer, please click on the Ratings star on left hand side.If someone answers your question correctly please let or what the default gateway and DHCP server should be on and how do i change them?ThanksLawrence Message 1 of 6 (11,285 Views)   Reply vofsanity2 Recognised Expert Posts: 1,532 Registered: If you have a neighbour using wi-fi close by, or some other equipment operating on the same wi-fi channel number, you can get problems.

There is so much rubbish on there now, including the bloatware that Dell install as standard - I was planning to reinstall Windows sooner or later anyway. In both cases, the default gateway address is the IP address of your router, which you should enter into your browser's address bar.