Question about ASUS (SL1000) Router
This should be easy to fix. On all your computers, go into Control Panel > Network Connections. Right click your wireless connection, and goto properties. Open TCP/IP properties, and make sure everything is set to automatic, NOT static.
Reboot them all (and probably the router too) and you should be fine :)
Go into the router settings page. Make sure DHCP server is enabled, and make sure that none of your machines are being assigned a static IP.
If you need more info, please let me know.
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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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