|You need to apply some restrictions like disallowing access to YouTube or you'll find your guest network congested all the time. I try to restrict access to all bandwidth intensive websites on the guest network or by lunch time, nobody would have any access at all.....lol |
I don't know that flushing the DNS is going to do anything as this isn't likely to be a DNS issue.
DNS resolves IP's to hostname.........period, end of story. You're having connection issues.
When you say you deleted your lease I'm assuming you did the following at the command line:
If not, you'll need to in order to get a new lease.
I'm hard put to remember exactly what the issue with our DHCP server was. I'm not responsible for it. But the fellow who does run it explained it to me. Something about leases not being released by the server or something like that. So, over time, you'd run out of IP's even if you didn't have a full load of connections to the DHCP network.
If you're keeping your connection to the guest network after rebooting the DHCP server, it would look like your DHCP server was having a similar issue to ours. If this is the case, you'll have to keep an eye on it as over time (weeks/months) ours would require this treatment again.
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How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
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