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I change the router and internal IP address from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.8.1 but the DNS records in the DNS server did not change, is there a way to update then to the new address (I can’t connect from windows explorer to other machines on the network by their computer names \\name)
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the machines have to reregister, and get a new IP

ipconfig /release
ipconfig /renew
ipconfig /registerdns

or just reboot if they are all DHCP, assuming you updated DHCP with the new network info
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This worked.

Is there a way to do it to all devices on the network or the only way is to do it on manually on each device?
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not really, how many we talking about?  You could reboot the switch or shutdown and no shutdown the interface?
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If I understand you correctly shutting off the switch will do it to all connected devices, correct?
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yes, I am not sure they they will re-register with DNS, but they will at least have a valid IP
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Thank you for your fast respond.
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