It had happened with almost all of us at any given point in time that we face the IP conflict issue on our iPhone or Mac while trying to connect to a Wi-Fi network. This is usually caused when more than one device on the same network has the same IP address.
There's no rocket science in solving this error, as it is quite simple and straight forward. To make it easier for you, we have detailed guides for both – iPhone and Mac. Just refer to them and get connected easily.
How to Fix IP Conflict Issue on iPhone While connecting to a WiFi
Step #1. From your iPhone/iPad Home Screen, open Settings app and navigate to Wi-Fi.
Step #2. Here you'll see your WiFi network, just tap the “i” button next to it.
Step #3. You'll get the network related info on this page. Right below this information, tap on “Renew Lease.” This will reset the IP address of your iPhone/iPad.
Try connecting to your WiFi network and you'll successfully get through it without facing any error. Now let's see how to do the same on a Mac.
How to Fix IP Conflict Issue on Mac While Connecting to a Wi-Fi
Step #1. First of all, open the System Preferences.
Step #2. open Network preference panel.
Step #3. On the left side of the panel, you should have selected the Wi-Fi network on which you are facing the problem.
Step #4. Now on the right side of the screen, at the bottom, click on “Advanced” button.
Step #5. At the next page, click on “TCP/IP” tab.
Step #6. Now all you need to do is to click on “Renew DHCP Lease” button.
That's it; your Mac's IP address has been reset and you shouldn't be facing any problems while connecting to the WiFi network.