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Discussion in 'Networking' started by CarnageX3, Jan 16, 2011.

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  1. CarnageX3

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    I have my desktop hooked up wirelessly. I have an ethernet cable attached to my computer and then attached to my second computer, and that is how the second computer gets it's internet connection.

    I am running Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate, and I have bridged the Wireless and Ethernet connection together. I am trying to reserve IP addresses for my PC and for the PS3, but the router thinks that the computer is grabbing two IP addresses and are using the same MAC address.

    My router is a Cisco17413 E3000.

    My question is this, is there any possible way to make the router recognize that there are two MAC Addresses so that I can reserve the IP Addresses?
     
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    Do not start multiple threads on the same topic. I answered your question in post # 3 of your other thread. And maybe again in a later post.
     
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