[dhcwg] DHCP

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I have had some internet connection problems recently, in relation to this,  
I was advised to open a Command Prompt and type "IPCONFIG" to view the status 
of  the computer's IP addresses.  Then to type "IPCONFIG /RELEASE" to let go 
of  the address and finally type "IPCONFIG /RENEW."
The first two commands were OK but when I typed in the last command to  renew 
my IP configuration, I received the following error message:
'An error occurred while renewing interface Local Area Connection 2 :  unable 
to contact your DHCP server.  Request has timed out.'
Can you please advise what I can do about this.
Kind regards
Bob Rix
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