Well, of course are all the dynamic IP assignment tables lost after you reboot
your Cisco.(why rebooting a router anyway ?)
However, to get a (more or less convenient) workaround for your problem,
temporarily choose another DHCP Address Start Range after each of your
> >I have 5 computers running on my network but when I start up my router I
> >IP conflicts in win95 on 3 computers saying that they have the same IP
> >number 10.0.0.3 on subnet 255.255.255.0 .
> >It can be solved when I specify an IP adress but the problem then I can't
> >surf anymore on that PC !
> >Please help !!!
> This is probably related to your DHCP setup. It seems that the 761 loses all
> IP information for the DHCP after an reboot. This means the 761 assigns new
> IP's from the bottom of the DHCP list.
> I think you have the string "set dhcp address 10.0.0.3 100"
> I'm having problems wityh this myself, so I left out all my DHCP settings
> and just use static IP's for each computer.
> Knut Dalseth