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Old 03-06-2008, 09:25 PM   #11
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i didnt =(. i fixed the command prompt problem and was able to to post the ipconfig/all. it may have been from the port forwarding i did previously?
sounds like it could have been.... but i dont think the port forwarding would have done that....

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Old 03-14-2008, 12:19 PM   #12
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Sounds as if the same IP is being used by two different devices.

192.168.X.X isn't this the IP address used by routers and the such? I know it is can not be routed on the Internet.
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So, are you still having problems sharing you signal or has the problem changed? The ip that you posted, was that the one from your computer, or the computer that you are trying to get connected?
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Sounds as if the same IP is being used by two different devices.

192.168.X.X isn't this the IP address used by routers and the such? I know it is can not be routed on the Internet.
Its a lan address any computer can use that address range.

Try assigning your computer a different ip address to see if that fixes it, I am surprised you even have a .1 address, usually the first ip address in a subnet is assigned to the default gateway, i.e router port.
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