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Im try to set up an wireless connection but it always seams to have a problem, one of them is that the sistem says that i have an ip comflict! what can i do?

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Hi
Your problem is that two or more devices are trying to access your router using the same IP thus creating an IP Conflict...Knowing that one IP can only belong to one device.

First you need to access your router.
Open an internet window and type in the router IP which should normally be 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.0.0
Type in your username and password

now that you're in, you can basically increase your IP range to give access to other device on your network. You can also assign specific IPs(within the setup range) to any particular device.

In doing so each the router will recognize and connect with any device with a specific IP thus solving your IP conflict.

Hope everything works fine

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If your getting that message on your computer that means the IP address that your computer acquied from your serverrouter has a duplicate in the network. The very first thing that you need to check is whethere your computer has a an IP address that is manually assigned to it, to check this just go to Network Connections under Control Panel(assuming your computer runs on Windows XP). Right click on the Wireless Connection icon and go to properties, under Local Area Network Properties you will find several check marks under This device uses the following; Client for Microsoft, File and Printer Sharing, QoS Packet Scheduler etc... Look for and highlight Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) and click Properties, under the TCP/IP Properties you have 2 option for both IP and DNS server. Make sure both is set to obtain. If your still getting the same message Right click on Wireless Connection and choose repair so tha your router/server will provide a new unique IP address, wel that will usually resolve the IP address conflict on your computer.

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