Method One: Disable the local connection and then choose to re-enable the network, similar to shutting down and then opening the NIC
Click the Network connection icon, the icon is located in the bottom right corner of the desktop in a bunch of icons, select: "Open Network and Sharing Center"
In the tab of the active Network view, select the "Local Area Connection" option
This will open the local connection state, see the "Disable" button does not click, after a while, select "Enable", is not easy to do?
Method Two: Disable the computer's NIC hardware device, and then choose to re-enable the NIC hardware
On the icon for your computer (my Computer), click the right mouse button and select the "Manage" tab
The console tree on the left has many administrative options, directly selecting Device Manager
Open the network adapter branch in your hardware device and select your own network card
Select Disable, and then select Start Later