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Hi,

Can you have a look at the attached document and tell me why this would happen and how we rectify it please?

DHCP.docx

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Question by:YellowbusTeam
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by:☠MAS☠
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Seems like you did not set static IP for the DHCP server
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by:Santosh Gupta
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Yes, MAS is correct, your server has taken the APIPA IP. Please assign the static IP to DHCP server.
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by:Hassan Besher
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it's not a good idea to configure your servers as dhcp clients, you have to manually assign IP addresses to them!
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by:YellowbusTeam
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The Server does have a Static IP
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by:Mahesh
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Generally, if there is IP address conflict, the NIC will get an APIPA address even configured static IP
Windows 7 instantly displayed a IP conflict message where as 2012 server don't

Try changing DHCP server IP and check if it resolves the issue

After issue got resolved, check DHCP original IP assigned to which computer \ device

Mahesh.
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by:☠MAS☠
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Uninstall the DHCP from it and restart.
Then assign a static IP and make sure you can ping that IP from other PC.
Then install DHCP to avoid misconfiguration
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by:Santosh Gupta
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check if you have two NIC card and 2nd NIC has DHCP IP.
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by:YellowbusTeam
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Ok this will be getting done tomorrow morning and there are 2 nics and i have disabled the 2nd nic
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