IP address conflict using office wireless network with DHCP
Posted on 2011-03-24
I work in a small office that has a Windows 2003 server and a wireless network. This setup has worked fine for a long time, but as of a couple days ago I can no longer connect to our server internally over the wireless network. (I can connect when I am hardwired and also from home through VPN)
I noticed that the server has assigned itself an IP address for PPP adapter RAS server (Dial-In) Interface (192.168.2.105), and it is the same IP address that was assigned to me through DHCP. Should I modify the router so that the DHCP addresses start at 192.168.2.110? I'm not sure how the PPP adapter RAS server IP address was assigned, so I don't know if that will change or if that also is based on the DHCP addresses.
Thanks in advance!