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Ip conflict by using media of fiber cable in same network

How can i catch conflict of one ip address in the same network...by using media of fiber cable...plz..sir give me a perfect solution....

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  • ctgkhan Nov 29, 2007

    i need solution of ip conflict by using media of fiber optic in same network..plz..solve ..How can i catch those clients who r conflicting same ip address ?

  • ctgkhan Nov 29, 2007

    plz..solve me ip conflict by media of fiberoptic

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You can configure the router to hand out DHCP clients in an assigned range. Set a limit on the DHCP clients, then configure the fiber connection as static and outside of the DHCP range. then they cannot conflict.

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Can you run a cico 2901 router with netgear fs728tp switches in a hybrid network environment?


Way make it so hard for yourself? The media converter may be trying to assign a DHCP address in addition to the router.



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IP Conflicts in a work place


An IP address conflict occurs when two computers on a LAN or the Internet have been assigned the same IP. IP conflicts between two computers normally render either one or both of them unusable for network operations.

How IP Address Conflicts Happen

Two computers can acquire conflicting IP addresses in any of several ways:

· A system administrator assigns two computers on the LAN the same Static IP Address.

· A system administrator assigns a computer a static IP address within the local network's DHCP range (dynamic IP range), and the same address is automatically assigned by the LAN DHCP server.

· A malfunction in the network's DHCP server allows the same dynamic address to automatically be assigned to multiple computers.

· An ISP accidentally assigns two customers the same IP address (either statically or dynamically).

· A mobile computer is put into standby / hibernate mode and then awakened later.

Note that other forms of IP conflicts can also occur on a network. For example, one computer may experience an IP address conflict with itself if that computer is configured with multiple Network Adapters. System administrators may also create IP conflicts by accidentally connecting two ports of a network switch or router to each other.

Recognizing IP Address Conflicts

On most Microsoft Windows computers, if you attempt to set a fixed (static) IP address that is already active on the local network, you will receive the following pop-up error message:

The static IP address that was just configured is already in use on the network. Please reconfigure a different IP address.

On newer Microsoft Windows computers having dynamic IP conflicts, you should receive a balloon error message in the Taskbar as soon as the operating system detects the issue:

There is an IP address conflict with another system on the network.

Sometimes, especially on older Windows computers, a message similar to the following may instead appear in a pop-up window:

The system has detected a conflict for IP address...

On Mac or Linux computers, a similar message will normally appear on screen.

Resolving IP Address Conflicts

Try the following remedies for IP conflicts:

1. For networks where IP addresses are fixed (statically assigned), ensure each local host is configured with a unique IP address.

2. If your computer has a dynamically assigned address, releasing and renewing its IP address can workaround IP address conflicts.
3. If your home router is believed to have a faulty DHCP server causing IP conflicts on the home network, upgrading the router firmware may resolve this problem.

on Nov 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Printer offline and not printing


Since this is a network printer there are a few potential sources for problems.
  1. IP address conflict. When items on a network are powered on and off sometimes the auto-assigned IP addresses aren't refreshed. The router may think the printer isn't there and re-uses the IP address for a new device on the network, but the printer is still trying to connect with the original IP address.
    1. Log onto your router. See if the printer shows up in the DHCP Client Table of your Local Network - it may have names or just MAC addresses depending on the router. You can print out a test sheet from your printer and see what *it* has as it's IP address and see if that's assigned to something else.
    2. If you do find a conflict, the easiest solution, IMO, is to assign a static IP address to the printer.
  2. Bad cable or hub. Both can go bad and a problem with either will cause the printer to appear to be offline.
    1. Check for lights at both ends of the ethernet cable.
    2. Try a different port in the hub or router
    3. Try a different cable
  3. An recent update corrupted your printer settings.
    1. Uninstall the printer, then reinstall it

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Possible ip conflict


Sounds more like a bad ethernet cable or bad port on the Iomega. Try using a different cable

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How to fix Ip address conflict problem?


This is due to same IP address has detected in the same network. Change your local PCs IP address by clicking Settings > Network Connections> Local Area Connections. Right click on Local area connections and Properties > Select Internet Protocol [TCP/IP] > properties > Use following IP address enter new IP address (eg; 192.168.0.250). Let me know for further assistance

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I am trying to connect my Dlink DKT-401 router to my Linksys cable gateway router. I am not getting internet access when connecting to the Dlink network


I DON'T THINK YOU CAN RUN 2 ROUTERS ON THE SAME NETWORK UNLESS ONE IS USED AS AN ACCESS POINT.
1. Connect as local device or bridge - If connecting the second router via Ethernet cable, plug it into one of the LAN ports on the first router. If connecting the second router wirelessly, ensure the second router is set for client mode. Note that some home wireless routers do not support client mode; these must be connected by cable. Check your router documentation for details on its client mode configuration support.

2. Check / change IP address - Most home network routers use a default IP address setting. Often, these default IP addresses will not work in a two router environment. Check the second router's IP address value and reset it if necessary to work within the valid address range of the first router (and to not conflict with any other device on the network).

3. Disable DHCP - To avoid IP address conflicts between all of the devices on the home network, only one of your two routers should assign addresses via DHCP. All mainstream routers provide an option to disable DHCP as part of the router's configuration screens.

Instead of adding a second wired router to an existing network, consider adding a network switch instead. A switch accomplishes the same goal of extending the size of a network, but it does not require any IP address or DHCP configuration, greatly simplifying configuration.
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I have a message that say Ip address conflict, what can I do


Resolving IP Address Conflicts

Try the following remedies for IP conflicts:

1. For networks where IP addresses are fixed (statically assigned), ensure each local host is configured with a unique IP address.

2. If your computer has a dynamically assigned address, releasing and renewing its IP address can workaround IP address conflicts.

3. If your home router is believed to have a faulty DHCP server causing IP conflicts on the home network, upgrading the router firmware may resolve this problem.

Nov 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Unable to connect to the network on a SSC21web monitor


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Brother MFC 8860 has ip conflict. How do I resolve this? The issue is that the IP address is different on my computer versus the printer and thus doesn't allow them to connect. Greg


Each IP-address on a network (private in your home, or public on the Internet) must be unique; hence "IP conflict" when two devices (computers or printers or iPod Touch) try to "claim" the same IP-address.

If you have configured a "static" IP-address into the printer, change it to an IP-address that is *NOT* used on your network.

Or, find the computer on your network that is using the same IP-address as your printer, and change its IP-address and reboot it.

In order to connect, your computer and your computer *MUST* have *DIFFERENT* IP-addresses.

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Ip conflict after setting up dwl-g710, after setting up the extender i cannot access it because my pc reports an ip conflict, any suggestions would be appreaciated


Hi,

You will get an IP conflict if you have assigned the same IP address on your network devices. Every networking devices should have different network address or IP address. If for example the IP address of your router is 192.168.0.1, then your wireless expander can be configured as 192.168.0.2, 192.168.0.3, 192.168.0.4 and so on but not 192.168.0.1 since it is already being used by the router.

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