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BlitZ, The 57th

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#1 10 years ago

Another wireless router problem :mad:

Somehow someway, even with the protection on my linksys router; I suddenly got an IP conflict notification from windows desktop.

Is there any third party protection? Thats free preferably(Who doesn't want free protection? :cool:)

My stubborn brother wouldn't give me the password to the linksys router settings so I can't exactly access and ban those mac addresses....

P.S. and that idiot brother of mine is in another country for a month.




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#2 10 years ago

Sounds like you should fuck your brother's shit up.




Sgt. D. Pilla

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#3 10 years ago
I suddenly got an IP conflict notification from windows desktop.

Lol, no just sounds like your brother doesn't know shit about networks.

if you got that, then another PC on your network has the same IP address as you, In other words, you either have static's set, DHCP reservations, he's configed two DHCP scopes with the same range, or he's left DHCP on your modem enabled and on your router.

Either that, or you need to just repair your network connection to refresh your IP




BlitZ, The 57th

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#4 10 years ago

Sgt. D. Pilla;4769940Lol, no just sounds like your brother doesn't know shit about networks.

if you got that, then another PC on your network has the same IP address as you, In other words, you either have static's set, DHCP reservations, he's configed two DHCP scopes with the same range, or he's left DHCP on your modem enabled and on your router.

Either that, or you need to just repair your network connection to refresh your IP

Ooooh kay.... That worked. Thanks alot man.




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#5 10 years ago

*shocked* In other words, most likely cause is you have two DHCP scopes or two DHCP servers running. Either way thats a terrible way to run a network.