I have a network that uses routers as dhcp servers for remote stations - 25/2600s. The dns servers ip addresses was changed and ca't seem to get the W2k PCs to renew their ip details. There seem to be issues with W2k PC and cisco dhcp. Any experiences. How can I 'flush' the address to force the PCs to renew their addresses. Looks like interoperability issues. Pls help!
There are no issues like that reported. Looks like Win2K may be caching it. You need to issue "Release All" in "winipcfg" on windows PC and then "Renew All". That should make the Win2K to send fresh dhcp broadcast.
Now what does happen if you reboot that PC? Does it gets new DNS server ip address?
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