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ip conflict

Discussion in 'Networking' started by vance_iat, Jul 27, 2006.

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  1. vance_iat

    vance_iat Thread Starter

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    i seem to have a conflict of IP addresses in our network. an xp computer is running static while most of the computers are dynamic. when the static computer is online a dhcp computer locks up. the dhcp computer runs a program similar to ipconfig /release, /renew to obtain a new DHCP lease each time he logs on. i tried changing the static ip to another one but it still doesn't help. What seems to be the issue here? is it just plain IP conflict?
     
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    Is the static IP outside the Dhcp address range? What (brand and model) is acting as the Dhcp server?
     
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    More details please
    how many work stations ?
    are they all NT ?
    Are all the work stations dynamic ip, except fo the one rogue pc ?
    Is your router handing out IP addresses ( DHCP enabled)

    does your router have the DHCP option for reservations
     
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