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I.p. address conflict with network

Thanks you for assisting but I still can't connect. I have a message prompt noting of a conflict on i.p. address with another network.

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Re: i.p. address conflict with network

It seems that you are not connected to the wireless connection ..i think the operating system in your laptop would be fix this problem
right click > wireless n/w connection > click view wirelss network connection > click change the order of the preffered network connections > select your wireless network name > from preffered wireless network and remove it..and then right click wireless network connection icon again and try connect to the network.. you will get connect.. and will get an ipaddress..

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2 computers have the same IP address

1st find the two computers or items that have the same IP address by following the step to get to the command prompt on computers and laptops. If one is a printer you'll need to go into the network settings to look. Pick one and go to the start button and on the start menu find the run or search and type "cmd" and hit enter. This will open the command prompt window. Type "cd\" to get back to the root (c:\>) now type "ipconfig" and hit enter look at the IP address and make a note of it, next type "ipconfig /release"(leave a space after ipconfig) and the computer will wipe the IP Address, next type Ipconfig /renew (leave a space after ipconfig) and it will pickup a new IP Address. check if it's the same or different from the one before. If it is different you are done.

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D-Link problems

open Command Prompt, type 'ipconfig/all' and hit Enter. Check Default Gateway, it should be your IP address.

If you are still unable to browse the Internet, ping your router's connection to the PC. Open Command Prompt, type 'ping', hit Enter. If your PC is receiving connection from your router device, you will see a message like Reply from bytes etc. If there is no connection, you may see the Request timed out message.

The Request timed out error can occur due to two things: (1). incorrect physical connection between your router device and the PC or (2) incorrect wireless network setup & configuration. Recheck and correct the Ethernet connection between your PC and the router device.

If you need any kind of technical assistance you can contact support cell at here

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"Windows has detected an IP address conflict"

If all looks good try right clicking on network status icon in sys tray and use repair. A more advance option would be to use ipconfig from the command prompt.

Start > Run (search in Win 7) > type ipconfig /release. Then ipconfig /renew. ipconfig ? will show you all the options. Good luck.

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I am trying to find my password for my d-link di-624 router-i have wireless setup but i have lost my password to load on my laptop to connect to the internet. I have a qwest dsl modem with wireless...

First connect your router to computer with ehternet lan cable then go to network adapter property.For that press windows key +R so you can see run type in run "ncpa.cpl" then press enter then you can see network adapter property. go to your network adapter tcp ip property and enable "ip get automatic" then it will get ip from router if dhcp enabled.Then go to command prompt type "cmd" in run so you can see command prompt.Type in prompt "ipconfig" then press enter then you can see all ip address gateway ip is your router ip address .Note that ip then type that ip in address bar of internet browser then you can see your router page.Also the default ip address to access router is or Try these ip hen you can see router page .But if you are still not able to see router page with above ip then need to reset RESET button for 10 seconds it is in back side of router then all settings defaults..Then you can access it with above method. . After seeing router page type user as "admin" and password as "admin" or blank or "1234" or password. then you can see configuration page of routerThen click on wireless->wireless security->WEP security there is code password note down it or enter new password then save setting s and restart router. then you can connect wireless with new password.If you have to reset router for access it then also need to configure WAN ,wireless,DHCP on router . Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa

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I have an ip address conflict on my windows 7 laptop. i am sharing a wireless connection with other people. the ip address lease for the network card with the network address 0x90004E0051F4...

Hi Chanel,
This might be a problem because of the below issues,

1. Check whether any MAC Filtering is enabled for any other MAC to this IP Address

2. Click on Start Menu
3, Click on Run
4. Type cmd and click OK
5. Now type ipconfig/release and Click Enter
6, You will get disconnected from the internet
7. Once its disaconnected, type ipconfig/renew and click Enter
8. Now check whether u are gettig the same error message(IP Conflict)

Thanks for Contacting Fixya

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How come the address isnt working?

Find your computer's IP address : Windows 7, Vista, and XP, using the command prompt

  1. Click Start, and then select All Programs. Note: If this doesn't match what you see, refer to About navigation settings in Windows.
  2. Click Accessories, and then Command Prompt.

  3. At the command prompt, enter: ipconfig The IP address (or IPv4 address, if you are using Windows 7 or Vista) will be a series of numbers following the pattern (i.e.,
Note: If you are using PPP with a modem at home, your IP address will change each time you log in.
Windows 7, without using the command prompt
  1. In the system tray, click the network connection icon and select Open Network and Sharing Center.

  2. To view the IP address of a wired connection, click Local Area Connection. To view the IP address of a wireless adapter, click Wireless Network Connection (Network Name).
  3. Click Details... . Your IP address will appear next to "IPv4 Address".
Windows Vista, without using the command prompt
  1. From the Start menu, right-click Network, and then select Properties. This opens the Network and Sharing Center.

  2. To view the IP address of a wired connection, click View Status to the right of Local Area Connection. To view the IP address of a wireless adapter, click View Status to the right of Wireless Network Connection.
  3. Click Details... . Look for the address next to "IPv4 IP Address".
Windows XP, without using the command prompt
  1. From the Start menu, right-click My Network Places, and then click Properties.

  2. To view the IP address of a wired connection, double-click Local Area Connection. To view the IP address of a wireless adapter, double-click Wireless Network Connection.
  3. Click the Support tab, and then click Details... . The window that appears will display the IP address.
Your IP address has to be in the range

The router must be configured to match your

Internet service. If you do not know your

Internet connection configuration, please

contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP).

By default, the router is pre-configured with

these settings:

• Automatically set IP addresses for

computers on your LAN (connected to the

router's ports 1-4). The router acts as a

server for dynamic host configuration

protocol (DHCP) and assigns IP addresses

in the range through

• The default LAN IP address for the router is with a subnet mask of

• The Internet service connected to the
router's WAN port uses a dynamic IP

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response. Happy Holidays!

Thanks, Joe

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Identify the peripheral conflicting with the router and change the network address on one of the two. Their setup programs should give you the possibility to do so. The address should look like: 192.168.2.x
x ranging from 0 to 9

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Still Having Trouble with Wireless Network

Hi ther Jeff!

Let's check the IP address of the laptop. You said that it is connected to the wireless network "linksys". Go back to Control Panel>Network connections. Right click on wireless network connection then click Status. Then, click on Support tab and tell me the IP address you have in there. Click details to get the DNS server addresses.

Let me know these information. You are right, there could be proxy servers enabled in the browser that's preventing you to open a website. What version of IE are you using?

On your IE browser, click TOOLS>INTERNET OPTIONS>CONNECTIONS. From Connections tab, click on LAN Settings. Make sure that there is nothing enabled or check on that window. Then click ok.

Go to Security tab. Then click Custom Level. Look for the option "Reset Custom Settings to" which you will find somewhere at the bottom of the page. Set the custom settings to medium-low. If there is no option for medium-low, then select the lowest option. Click ok all the way out and try launching IE again.

Do a ping also to a certain website and tell me if you'll be able to get responses from that site. Open up command prompt. START>RUN>CMD. Then on the cursor, type ping then press enter. Take note of the ping statistics.

If you have Internet Security firewall enabled in the laptop, turn it off. It can cause a conflict with your router's built in firewall.

Please update me about this incident.


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Loosing connection frequently

Your computer has an IP addy and your router has its own IP addy. Try uninstalling the router and its software, reboot, and reinstall everything, this may clear up the conflict. If not you will have to go into the router(via the internet) and reconfigure the router.


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Ip address conflicts

make sure that you are not connected both wirelessly and wired to one of the pc's, dissable the wired ethernet cards on all of the pc's as this may be the problem, and check in the DHCP client list in your router, refresh the list if you are able and see if there are two references to one pc with the same ip address. 


assuming you have DHCP enabled on the router this should not happen as long as your wireless adapters are set to obtain an ip address automatically.

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