|Can´t access other computers and IP is lost after poweroff
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|Author:||hbreinbauer [ Fri Jan 26, 2018 2:37 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Can´t access other computers and IP is lost after poweroff|
Yestarday the NeoRouter free in My PC can't connect to other PC on the network. My PC is windows 10.
I Tried reinstalling a couple of times but nothing works.
When I Log on, the list is blank. After I looked arround with ipconfig and route print I fount the following: There was no IP on the interface so there where no routes.
I Went to the interface and manually added the IP and the Mask and the result was that now I see the list of other PC, but I cannot connect to any of them.
If I do a pint to MY PC I get an answer, but if I ping other PC nothing happens. The same with remote desktop and shared folders. From other PC I Can do all. I check the firewall and everything still in place.
Now, every time I turn off or reset the PC The Neorouter network interface forgets the IP and is left blank. Also discovered that IF I restart the service I get the same result.
I Tried cleaning the registry after a full uninstall but nothing happened. Any clues what can be happening??
|Author:||hbreinbauer [ Mon Jan 29, 2018 11:10 am ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Can´t access other computers and IP is lost after poweroff|
I Solve the problem. After analice the logs I discovered there was a problem was when the service tried to register the IP address with the command.
"C:\WINDOWS\system32\netsh.exe" interface ipv4 set address 50 static 10.0.0.4 255.255.255.0
I executed the command on the command line and the answer was that the object was already created. After investigation, I had Hyper V installed and the Address was added to the Hyper V Switch. Which was strange because for months I had Hyper V installed and used it without problems. The problem started a couple of days ago, maybe after an automatic install from Microsoft.
I Uninstalled Hyper-V and everything came back to normal.
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