[afnog] your daily giggle
begumisag at ucmb.co.ug
Wed Mar 7 11:17:59 UTC 2007
To find out the other device that is using the same IP, you may have three
options. 1) Check the records of DNS or WINS. 2) Disconnect your computer
from the network, and then using ping -a command to find another computer
host name. 3) You can use ARP -a command to find the Mac address of other
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Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 10:50 AM
To: Randy Bush; Jean Robert HOUNTOMEY - ISERVICES
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Subject: Re: [afnog] your daily giggle
Does the error not give the MAC address of the interface in conflict?
On Wed, 7 Mar 2007 16:14:20 +0900, Randy Bush wrote
> > RIGHT CLIC on My COMPUTER
> > Advanced - Environnment Variables -
> > In System Variable edit path and ADD YOUR NEW PATH
> works excellently! thank you!
> for next stupid unix geek lost in windows question.
> i was hacking around in vmware interfaces or something and seem to
> have confused some things. i get a task bar popup with
> Windows - System Error
> There is an IP address conflict with
> another system on the network
> i have looked at each interface in ControlPanel/NetworkConnections
> and no two have the same address. the external interface, whether
> in tokyo today on wired, or in nusa dua on wireless, or on airplane
> with no external interface, all look normal and have no conflicts.
> how do i find out which ip address or which interfaces are in
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