I have been having intermitent connectivity issues with all devices on my network, and I have noticed that the DHCP leases are not renewing on the router. The only solution I have right now is to reboot the router every day. Has anyone had this issue, or have any ideas about fixes other than assigning static IP addresses for everything?
When you noticed that the DHCP lease has not renewed, if you go to a client machine and do a release/renew will it get an IP address then? Check and see if you are on the latest firmware version for your router. If you are having to reboot the router just to have DHCP broadcast acknowledged then you may want to go ahead and give your SBSC a call and open up a case with them.
I upgraded to the latest firmware last week, and this did not help. I decided to go buy an Apple Airport Extreme yesterday. That is working perfectly, and the network performance has increased ten fold.
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