My notebook's wireless adapter has been messing around.
When I plug a network cable into my machine, my notebook identifies the network immediately and assigns an IP address.
With wireless it is a different story,
It normally assigns a 169. address and I have to disable / re-enable the adapter to fix the connection.
It doesn't matter whether I am connecting to a hot-spot, my own wireless network or my 3g stick.
I am using Windows 10, but happened with previous O/S also, this is also my second notebook with the same issue.
I suspect the issue is probably related to some software that I am running on my machine.
I created a shortcut to disable / re-enable my wireless NIC and this seems to work as a "temporary" solution, but I would like to fix it permanently!
Any ideas will be appreciated ...