Windows 10: Windows needs to flush/register DNS and release/renew IP after every boot to connect to...

Discus and support Windows needs to flush/register DNS and release/renew IP after every boot to connect to... in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; Hi, Whenever I turn on my PC or disable/enable network adapter, it does not connects to internet without flushing and renewing DNS/IP. I have tried... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by Mansoor_Alam, Jan 9, 2020.

  1. Windows needs to flush/register DNS and release/renew IP after every boot to connect to...


    Hi,

    Whenever I turn on my PC or disable/enable network adapter, it does not connects to internet without flushing and renewing DNS/IP. I have tried updating/reinstalling network drivers, even I reinstalled the whole OS but still the problem exists. Any solution please!

    Here are the OS detail;

    Host Name: *********

    OS Name: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro

    OS Version: 10.0.18362 N/A Build 18362

    OS Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation

    OS Configuration: Standalone Workstation

    OS Build Type: Multiprocessor Free

    Registered Owner: Mansoor Alam

    Registered Organization:

    Product ID: 00330-80000-00000-AA312

    Original Install Date: 08/01/2020, 11:24:50 PM

    System Boot Time: 09/01/2020, 6:20:46 PM

    System Manufacturer: Dell Inc.

    System Model: OptiPlex 7010

    System Type: x64-based PC

    Processors: 1 Processors Installed.

    [01]: Intel64 Family 6 Model 58 Stepping 9 GenuineIntel ~3201 Mhz

    BIOS Version: Dell Inc. A29, 28/06/2018

    Windows Directory: C:\WINDOWS

    System Directory: C:\WINDOWS\system32

    Boot Device: \Device\HarddiskVolume2

    System Locale: en-us;English United States

    Input Locale: en-us;English United States

    Time Zone: UTC+05:00 Islamabad, Karachi

    Total Physical Memory: 8,110 MB

    Available Physical Memory: 5,397 MB

    Virtual Memory: Max Size: 10,030 MB

    Virtual Memory: Available: 7,257 MB

    Virtual Memory: In Use: 2,773 MB

    Page File Locations: C:\pagefile.sys

    Domain: WORKGROUP

    Logon Server: ***********

    Hotfixs: 7 Hotfixs Installed.

    [01]: KB4533002

    [02]: KB4497165

    [03]: KB4498523

    [04]: KB4503308

    [05]: KB4516115

    [06]: KB4524569

    [07]: KB4530684

    Network Cards: 1 NICs Installed.

    [01]: IntelR 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection

    Connection Name: Ethernet

    DHCP Enabled: Yes

    DHCP Server: 172.16.100.10

    IP addresses

    [01]: 172.16.112.42

    [02]: fe80::6deb:a2af:9182:a24c

    :)
     
    Mansoor_Alam, Jan 9, 2020
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  2. Side effects of releasing/renewing IP addresses?


    There is a fairly well know security package that is causing some users problems on Win 10 AU - browser connections get blocked. (Other TCP/IP connectivity is unaffected - just browsers.) A user of the product found that releasing and renewing DHCP-provided IP address - i.e., doing "ipconfig /release" followed by ipconfig /renew"" temporarily fixes the problem. Can someone explain to me what doing a release/renew does to Windows such that a program - even a program with deeply embedded hooks - would even know this has happened.

    Obviously the computer will get a new IP address from DHCP. (Which, for many DHCP servers, will likely be the same as the old one.) If it gets a new address, will this make Windows switch it's network profile from "Private" to "Guest or Public"? (I know the security package will see that.)

    And a few more questions relating to /release and /renew but unrelated to the problem:
    I see there are IPv6 versions of /release and /renew. Does that mean that /release and /renew apply to only IPv4 addresses, or do those commands apply to both IPv4 and IPv6? If only IPv4, is there a way to release and renew all addresses? The DHCP server supplied a list of DNS servers as part of the DHCP handshake. Does the release and renew process also renew the list of DNS servers? If so, is there the same division of IPv4 and IPv6?
     
    pokeefe0001, Jan 9, 2020
    #2
  3. Junaid_A Win User
    Can't connect to MY Minecraft server after DNS flush

    Hi Kyle,

    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community forums.

    Since the DNS is flushed, you may want to renew ipconfig and check if it works. To renew the ipconfig follow the steps listed below:

    Renew ipconfig:

    • Search for Command Prompt from the Start menu and choose
      Command Prompt (admin).
    • Copy paste the following commands and hit Enter:

      ipconfig /release

      ipconfig /renew
    • Restart the machine once the commands are executed and check if the issue persists.

    If the issue persists, as the Pcs are in domain, I suggest you to post your query in the
    TechNet IT Pro forums, where we have support professionals equipped with the knowledge
    on game servers.

    Regards,
     
    Junaid_A, Jan 9, 2020
    #3
  4. Windows needs to flush/register DNS and release/renew IP after every boot to connect to...

    Windows 10 Updates Disables Network DNS

    Hi Jeff,

    Thank you for posting in Microsoft Community.

    We understand how you feel about the situation.

    Let’s try few methods and check if it helps:

    Try to flush DNS and resetting your TCP/IP stack.

    To flush DNS and to reset TCP/IP stack follow steps below:

    Click on Start button in left bottom corner and type cmd in the Search box and right click Command Prompt icon on the top and click
    Run as Administrator.

    Enter these commands individually and hit Enter on the command prompt window.


    • IPCONFIG /FLUSHDNS

    • NBTSTAT –R

    • NBTSTAT –RR

    • NETSH INT IP RESET

    • NETSH WINSOCK RESET
    After executing all the commands restart your computer.

    Then you can try release and renew IP address.To release ip address and renew ip address you can try the following steps:

    • Press Windows + X and select command prompt(admin)
    • Enter this command ipconfig/ release thenhit Enter.
    • Enter this command to renew the ip address ipconfig / renew then hit Enter.
    Hope it helps. Please reply to us with the status of the issue.

    Thanks.
     
    Anil Madishetty, Jan 9, 2020
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