Cannot Obtain A Server Assigned Ip Address Pocket Pc Networking
Neil 2007-03-30 01:09:32 I have a Windows XP professional laptop and an O2 XDA Exec running WM5Whenever I attach the PDA to my laptop using the USB cable, I get Change this key parameter from 1 to 0 I've just tried this and I think it might be the solution. Sorry for talking past you, just to save you answering something I could find out for myself. It looks like its connecting but after about 30 secs up pops the "cannot find server assigned ip address". this contact form
If it returns an error code of failed to "access NBTdriver 1" then you need to unbind and rebind Netbios to the TCP/IP stack. Similar Threads How can I get Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address a ROb, Mar 4, 2004, in forum: DNS Server Replies: 7 Views: 1,029 Kevin D. This NOT the right thread I know, but as a thread posting adverse hermit, I don't know how to both post and insure you see this. Tobey [eMVP]" schreef: > > > >> This is on the device that you see the message or on the PC?
Yes, the WiFi range doesn't match my laptop's built-in whip antenna even close. I'm an engineer as well as a > radio > ham. Wiki Our Fan Page Reviews Rules Forum Phone Discussion HTC Activesync 4.5 Unable to obtain server assigned IP address HowardForums is a discussion board dedicated to mobile phones with over 1,000,000
I was reluctant to turn it off because of the above > concern (e.g. or is it (seems absurd) a flag to allow the ppc to be a DHCP server? The only effect that one > has on the other is that packets might be routed via one adapter or the > other because of which network they are configured to Posted by Justin Miller on 5 Mar 2013 7:09 PM A110o You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available.
Tobey [eMVP]" schreef: >> >> > >> >> >> This is on the device that you see the message or on the PC? The phone radio seems to be pretty ok, as compared with the wifi. Not sure why this is here, but may be for OEM debugging. The only effect that >> one >> has on the other is that packets might be routed via one adapter or the >> other because of which network they are configured
I was reluctant to turn it off because of the above concern (e.g. The WiFi adapter might be > > 172.16.0.127, while the GPRS adapter might have 184.108.40.206 (or whatever; > > they're just random numbers, as far as you know). Attempt to ping your desktop by name. Is the ppc capable of different ip's for each of its interfaces? > If > that is so, then how come the NDIS seems to be generically associated with > connections?
Paul T. "Dan" <> wrote in message news... > Since you have the same hardware, one last question, if you know. > > The wifi radio is a bit insensitive. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/mobiledevices/forum/mdupdate/pocket-pc-networking/f280b144-f2e9-427c-81ab-8830f12ca122 This IP 169.254.2.1 , can i use it to go on > > >> >the > > >> > Internet on a other router? > > >> > -- > > or is it (seems absurd) a flag to allow the ppc to > be a DHCP server? > > Many thanks again for you time and help. > > Best regards, Paul T. "Dan" <> wrote in message news:... >I think you may have missed the point.
On the PC the phone is connected to, when I do an ipconfig /all the second LAN connection that activesync creates is getting an IP address of 169.254.2.2 which is the http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-obtain/cannot-obtain-an-ip-address-for-remote-peer-failed.html I suppose that the idea of having an external antenna didn't appeal to the designers. My activesync has been working fine too. Quit the registry editor using Tools > Exit.
the ppc needs to acquire a DHCP address from a router when > used > "on the road")--- right? best regards, dan "Paul G. The IP is just the IP of your local device. http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-obtain/cannot-obtain-an-ip-address-for-remote-peer.html Can anyone suggest where I should look to fix this?
Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/COMM/TCPIP/Parms/EnableDHCP 3. tnx, dan > > > Paul G. If Use server assigned IP address is selected, > >> change to selecting Use specific IP address and set the address fields > >> to: > >> > >> 169.254.2.1 >
DHCP is usually safe, as most access points can act as DHCP servers.
The IP is just the IP of your local device. Activesync on the X50v does indicate connected. Look at the hub lights and confirm that you have a link. Also, one > has no control of the subnet when going to another location and using the > routers there. > > For specificity, I recently got an MDA aka HTC
I really hope someone can help with this as its starting to do my head in. There are various know issues with activesync and VPN / Firewall software & some advice on the Microsoft site. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Skilty On my Jamin it pops up the "Pocket PC Networking, Unable to obtain a server-assigned IP address" at indetermined times, I rarely need to Sync and this is not the issue. his comment is here The IP is just the IP of your local device.
Is the ppc capable of different ip's for each of its >> > interfaces? >> > If >> > that is so, then how come the NDIS seems to be generically Check to see if you are using a Proxy Server. If one freezes the IP of the subnet, as you describe, then what happens when trying to access the (inter)net through a wifi router which is running a DHCP server? WM5 and WinXP Pro, not sure why it only does it on docking, but its not really a problem more of an annoyence.