DHCP Failure
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(2015-06-01, 18:49)Steph Wrote: You could try an "arp -a" on the command line. If your computer received something from the station it would be in the arp cache.

or you could simply have a 'failed' IC... stuff happens.

Also, make sure you're trying to access the controller at the IP address assigned by the router... "...235" is the default address ... the router may have given it something like..."149"...
either case, once resolved, tell your Router to assign a static (reserved) address to the MAC id of the controller....
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DHCP Failure - by Mihai-Florin.Necula - 2015-06-01, 09:32
RE: DHCP Failure - by Steph - 2015-06-01, 12:25
RE: DHCP Failure - by Mihai-Florin.Necula - 2015-06-01, 12:44
RE: DHCP Failure - by Steph - 2015-06-01, 13:14
RE: DHCP Failure - by Mihai-Florin.Necula - 2015-06-01, 13:40
RE: DHCP Failure - by Steph - 2015-06-01, 13:55
RE: DHCP Failure - by Mihai-Florin.Necula - 2015-06-01, 18:43
RE: DHCP Failure - by Steph - 2015-06-01, 18:49
RE: DHCP Failure - by cutty - 2015-06-02, 12:25
RE: DHCP Failure - by Mihai-Florin.Necula - 2015-06-02, 15:26
RE: DHCP Failure - by cutty - 2015-06-02, 15:53
RE: DHCP Failure - by Mihai-Florin.Necula - 2015-06-02, 16:18
RE: DHCP Failure - by cutty - 2015-06-02, 20:56
RE: DHCP Failure - by Mihai-Florin.Necula - 2015-06-02, 21:03
RE: DHCP Failure - by Mihai-Florin.Necula - 2015-08-06, 08:32



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