about ip conflict

Discussion in 'Digitel DSL' started by oniyx28, Aug 13, 2009.

  1. im newbie here

    my connection is BusinessDSL w/ 2.5mbps and static ip
    lately i have a ip conflit on my internet connection

    im just sharing my internet connection on my network
    at first my internet is running smooth then got ip conflict

    im not using a router just 2 lan card 1 is for internet connect and the other is for my network

    what do you think where did i get the ip conflict?
    or its the ISP problem?

    just to add

    i try to disconnect my server on the network but still got ip conflict on my internet connection
  2. Unwired

    Unwired Member

    DHCP conflict, just refresh the Local Area connection by getting a new IP from your DHCP server "router"....

  3. do i realy have to use a router to solve the internet ip conflict?
    im not using a router, just 2 lan card

    #1 lan card - for internet connection/moden connected/shared internet connection for my other pc on the network << getting an ip conflict in these connection

    #2 lan card - for my network connection << no problem here

    im using a modem/router H9200AR that digitel gave me
  4. Unwired

    Unwired Member

    oh...just assign static IP then...for your clients...

  5. i already assign static ip on my clients

    my ip conflict is just on my server internet connection
    ip conflict just pop-up around 5 times every hour
    and i encounter lately every 5sec got ip conflict on internet connection
  6. audiosoul

    audiosoul Member

    Did you already tried assigning automatic ip address on the 1st lan card? Is your second lan card set at static ip?
  7. athenaxds

    athenaxds Member

    disable DHCP then if your using manual static IP for each client.

  8. #1 lan card set ip for my internet/ ip static

    #2 lan card ip is 192.xxx.xxx.xxx - #1 lan card gave the ip for my #2 lan card

  9. ill try these maybe later


  10. i can't access my moden/router, i already type on the browser but nothing happens. . .

    what should i do?

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