To assign an IP address to a network device, right-click it and select Properties. Click the Properties button after selecting Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4). The IP, Subnet mask, Default Gateway, and DNS Server Addresses should now be changed. Click OK when you're finished.
1) From your desktop, go to Start > Run and type "cmd.exe." A window with a command prompt will emerge.
2) Type "ipconfig /all" at the prompt. All IP information for all Windows network devices will be presented.
Select Edit under IP assignment. Select Automatic (DHCP) or Manual under Edit IP settings. Select Manual from the Edit IP settings menu, then enable IPv4. Type the IP address settings in the IP address, Subnet prefix length, and Gateway boxes to define an IP address.
Reset Wireless Network Adapter.
Renew Your PC's IP Lease.
Reset the TCP/IP Stack.
Reinstall the Wireless Network Adapter.
Obtain the IP Address Automatically.
Change the Router's SSID and Password.
Run the Network Adapter Troubleshooter.
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