Posted on 2011-05-09
I have a timeclock that has a static ip address of 200.236. We were recently hit by storms and I had to replace all the network cable and the swtiches in between the timeclock and the Cisco switch. I replaced all of them and still no network connectivity. When I investigated further, I found out that the IP address that is being pulled is .1.37 which came from an employee who brought in a laptop from his home network, with the wireless card still active, so some how it's pulled his home network. I have tried ipconfig /release and ipconfig /renew and nothing will reset the IP address. How can I remove the .1.37 from the network so it will start pulling from the .200 series again?