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DHCP Client List will not refresh within Belkin Wireless G- Router

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I Everyone;

        I noticed the DHCP Client list will not accurately update within the configuration of my Belkin Wireless -G router even after I refresh it.  For example, the list still contains SSID's or wireless names of computers which are no longer connected to the wireless.  Is there a way I can clear this so the list accurately reflects only those computers currently connected to the wireless?

       Thank you.

      George
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power it off and on then renew your PCs IP address with the command ipconfig /renew
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Hi There;

       Thank you so much for your suggestion.  I worked "perfectly".  Your solution was exactly what I needed.  The DHCP list is now an accurate representation of the wireless connections.

         Many thanks once again for a job so well done.

        George
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Glad to help!.....:)
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