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gergergerger Posts: 3Registered Users ■□□□□□□□□□
I have a computer and connected the Internet across wireless. may my computer does not ip address?

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  • fadhilfadhil Posts: 200Member
    in order for a computer to gain access to the internet must request an ip address. if the ip address available then the computer access the internet.
  • SomnipotentSomnipotent Posts: 384Member
    gerger wrote: »
    I have a computer and connected the Internet across wireless. may my computer does not ip address?

    umm, yes... if your computer is associated with an SSID, has the correct password for that SSID, and there are available IP addresses in the router/switches DHCP pool.
    Reading: Internetworking with TCP/IP: Principles, Protocols, and Architecture (D. Comer)
  • drkatdrkat Posts: 703Banned
    You can be conncted to an SSID and not acquire an IP address. Make sure you're password for the SSID is correct
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  • luberguilarteluberguilarte Posts: 112Member
    Check on your PC if you have and address that start like 169.254 ( APIPA ) , if you have that on your ipconfig that means you are not contacting the dhcp server , but if you pass the wlan authentication with the right credentials and the problem persist just go to the cmd on your station and apply ipconfig /release after ipconfig /renew, then if that still not help just configure a static IP address, ipconfig /ip 192.168.bla.bla ipconfig /dg 192.168.bla.bla, I am new to IT , just trying to help. Hope this help.
    Thanks
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