Question about Networking Hubs & Switches
I am trying to solve some issues with my parents office network.
They have an Aopen AOH-528 Mini Hub that was installed by a tech. who has since gone out of business and who kept the driver and so forth.
At this point the computer throws out a "conflicting ISP" message when attempting to use the Hub and more than one computer - that tends to limit access to one computer being allowed to access the network or internet at a given time.
I am trying to resolve this problem (why not use it if its already here).
So, I am assuming installation of the driver on all computers using the Hub could solve the conflict issue?
Before that I need a copy of the driver - any ideas where to locate this model's driver? (Aopen site does not appear to acknowledge the existences of AOH-528)
Your help & insight is appreciated!!
1.For a hub you don't need any driver.Just simply plug anything onto it.
2.I think the error message being throw by you computer was
"conflicting IP" not "conflicting ISP" .So if incase of "conflicting IP" that mean you have more than 1 computer using same IP number.So the solution is to change the IP number so that they don't get conflict.
3.make sure you use the same group of IP.like if your first computer is 192.168.0.1 then your second should be 192.168.0.2 and so on...3,.4.,5.....
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
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