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How can two laptops have the same IP address? We have a wireless connection to our home computer and somehow we both ended up with the same IP address. This strikes me as infinitely impossible, but it happened, so clearly there is something I don't understand about how IP addresses are distributed....
How is it possible to detect/locate/discover a duplicate IP address in a network? If this network has a router, does this method of discovery still work?