Questions tagged [dhcp]

DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol and is commonly referred to as the service that dynamically assigns IP addresses -- which makes it easy to e.g. connect to other Wifi networks without knowing anything about their configuration. The DHCP server also tells its clients the default gateway and DNS servers to use.

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How do I change the name of my Android device?

My Android device is the Nexus One. But this should apply to all current Android devices. How do I change the name of my Android device? When I connect to my wireless router's client tables, my ...
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How to change the default DHCP IP address range on Android 7.1.2?

As the title says I look for a way to permanently change the default IP address range form 192.168.43.xxx to 192.168.1.xxx. Reason: On my router some of my devices get a static IP trough DHCP, in the ...
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DroidWall and Wireless Tethering

I have a very simple problem: when I run Wifi Tether on my Galaxy S3 the computer won't get the IP address unless I disable DroidWall firewall. DW runs in whitelist mode, but I ran across its menu to ...
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How to change DHCP config?

I am trying to access an ims core from the ims client in my Android device, however I need to modify the dhcp client to add the ip of the core as one of the DNS. In case of a Linux OS the following ...
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Change DNS but stay on DHCP

I have a "Minix Neo X8-H Plus" Android TV box, running Android 4.4 (KitKat). I want to change the DNS servers on the WiFi connection, but to do that, I only get that choice if I change to a static IP ...