Windows 7 and DHCP

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For a long time can not understand the cause of problems with DHCP in seven.
I have a router Asus wl500gp and he always(!!) gives the computer the ip-address 192.168.1.253, not 1.5 or 1.10, namely 1.253
Today I brought a DIR-320 and I am unable to set it up, problems with DHCP with automatic address we get over the ill-fated 192.168.1.253 and after 30 seconds the address changes to something like 169.128.1.23.
Help to overcome the problem.
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Before using d-link, even new, it is better to do 30+30+30 rezet — turning on the power, wait a minute, to boot, hold reset, after 30 seconds pull out the food, another 30 to be inserted back in another 30 over-the-counter reset.
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Treated thus arose a couple of times spontaneously jambs-functioning of the internal DNS, on other issues as well can help.
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Maybe I don't understand the question, but why in Win7 in in properties of a network card not put a static ip. Of course from that range, which is set in the LAN settings in the modem (http://192.168.1.1/ usually)
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Today I brought a DIR-320 and I am unable to set it up, problems with DHCP with automatic address we get over the ill-fated 192.168.1.253 and after 30 seconds the address changes to something like 169.128.1.23.
Help to overcome the problem.

Address like 169.blah-blah-blah means that DIR-320 doesn't give Your computer an IP via DHCP, or gives, but Your computer does not get.
See configuring the dir-320. Most likely the problem.
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the previous commentator is right. But only the address must be from the range 169.254.0.0/16 — the Windows itself takes the address from this range, if not to normal from settings/network.
Thus, it is not necessarily a problem of the router — maybe with Windows that something is wrong.
View Windows error log if the error is network is — take the error code and googling. Perhaps the DHCP service in Windows is not working properly.
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What you want to achieve? It might be easier for all to register a specific IP by MAC address?
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Try to change the dhcp range to max was less than 253
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there was a problem when Vista couldn't obtain an address from the dhcp access point, Cisco was treated edit the registry, read the article here — support.microsoft.com/kb/928233
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