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Re: BHN fixed my static IP, but now cannot get 192.168.100.1
I did not get a modem swapped, just reprogrammed for my static.
When you have static, the router will not just "get" the IP, so I set my router to manually assigned IP and it has my static IP.
I have static because I run quite a few services from my HTPC and it was easier to have the static assigned. Gary will tell you that his hasn't changed in a very long time and such, and I know I could use DDNS services (which I did for a while but did not like it much). Static IP was just plain easier.
That's right... The router has your IP Programmed into it to.... DOH!!! Shows you how much I know about that... LOL
At this point, I would say Direct and get Chris to handle it.