Originally Posted by dushan24
Where did you configure it, on the computer or on the router?
You can do it one of two ways.
1) Set the DHCP range on the router to a smaller subset of your subnet example 10.0.0.2 - 10.0.0.100 then manually set an IP on the computer outside that range but on the same subnet eg: 10.0.0.101
2) Set a static DHCP reservation on the router for the computers MAC address, then leave the computer on DHCP and it will get that address each time.
Which did you do, it shouldn't fail...
I got the static ip by filling this stuff in
but I dont think it has to do with my ip being strict anymore. It has to be something else, all the games and programs on my computer are unblocked on my firewall and avast antivirus isnt the problem. Something is doing this, and I dont feel like it is the router.