All of a sudden I'm having a problem with my Wi-Fi network at home. Granted, it's with my PC laptop so please no "well that's your problem craigdawg" cracks. Anyway, this all started when I had to power-off the router. When I inspect the details of my link (I have a link to the AP but no Internet) I see the PC is assigned, via DHCP, an IP address that's outside of the parameters I configured. For example, I've told the router to assign addresses starting with 192.168.1.100 and the IP address of the PC is 196.xxx.xxx.xxx. At first I thought my PC was registering with another DHCP server/router? Is that possible? However, I do see it's associated with the SSID I've assigned to the router. I also tried forcing a "static" IP (192.168.1.102) but that didn't seem to work. Any ideas?