One of my computers keeps getting an IP Conflict message.

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IP Conflict
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One of my computers keeps getting an IP Conflict message. the way I have this machine hooked up goes as follow. network>>switch>>4 Workstaions

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Are you using static IP addresses? If so, check the computer NIC IP address settings on all computers. If using DHCP, open a command window on the problem computer and type

<b>ipconfig /release <enter></b>

<b>ipconfig /renew <enter></b>

This should assign a new address to the computer unless there is a reservation in DHCP. If there is a reservation, then you need to go to the other workstations in the network and see if one of them has the problem IP address assigned. Perform the /release & /renew tasks on that computer after changing the settings to DHCP.

Let us know how you get on.

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