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Failed Connection Activation: IP Configuration Reservation Issue

In troubleshooting failed connection activation, one common issue that may arise is related to IP configuration reservation.

Identifying the Issue

When encountering a Failed Connection Activation due to an IP Configuration Reservation Issue, the first step is to check the IP address settings. Verify that the IP address configured is correct and not conflicting with other devices on the network.

Next, ensure that the NetworkManager service is running properly. Restart the service if necessary to resolve any issues that may be causing the connection problem.

If the IP address is set to be obtained automatically via DHCP, check the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol settings to ensure that the IP reservation is correctly configured on the server side.

Additionally, verify that the Ethernet cable is securely connected and not damaged. A faulty cable can also lead to connection activation failures.

By troubleshooting these key areas, you can identify and resolve the IP Configuration Reservation Issue causing the connection problem in your article.

Understanding the Environment

Understanding the Environment
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To resolve the IP Configuration Reservation Issue, first, check if the IP address is properly reserved on the network. Then, verify the settings in NetworkManager to ensure they match the reserved IP address. If using DHCP, make sure the lease is not expired. Restart the network service to apply any changes.

If the issue persists, consider restarting the computer or virtual machine. Check the Ethernet connection and cables for any issues. If using Red Hat Enterprise Linux, consult Red Hat documentation for specific troubleshooting steps.

Options for Current Customers and New Partners

  • Check IP configuration settings:
    • Open Control Panel from the Start menu.
    • Select Network and Sharing Center.
    • Click on Change adapter settings.
    • Right-click on the network connection and choose Properties.
    • Double-click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
    • Ensure that Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically are selected.
  • Release and renew IP address:
    • Open Command Prompt by searching for it in the Start menu.
    • Type ipconfig /release and press Enter.
    • Type ipconfig /renew and press Enter.
    • Check if a new IP address has been assigned.
  • Restart router and modem:
    • Turn off the power to both the router and modem.
    • Wait for 30 seconds.
    • Turn the power back on starting with the modem, followed by the router.
    • Wait for the devices to fully restart before attempting to connect again.
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