I think you will get more sympathy than laughs. I cant count the number of
times I spent hours or days trouble shooting an issue only to discover I fat
fingered a conf or forget to click a check box.
Once I even plugged an IDE drive in to the cable.....with the system running.
Now it's a paper weight.
Always give that resounding, "DOH!"
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Quoting Joe Lagreca <lagreca at gmail dot com>:
> I might have found my problem which may be a good laugh for some of
> you. I had proxy ARP turned on for xx.xxx.xxx.146-149. I just turned
> it off, and my problem has dissapeared as well as the IP conflict.
> I found this while looking through my xml config file.
> Pretty stupid of me, I hope someone got a laugh out of it. Thanks for
> On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 10:58:07 -0700, Joe Lagreca <lagreca at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > Here is my network info:
> > CPE Computer IP range first address: xx.xxx.xxx.146
> > CPE Computer IP range last address: xx.xxx.xxx.150
> > CPE Computer subnet mask: 255.255.255.248 or /29
> > CPE Computer default gateway: xx.xxx.xxx.145
> > Network description:
> > CPE --> 8 port HUB
> > --> netgear router WAN --> internal network
> > --> m0n0 WAN --> internal 192.168.1.x network
> > --> PC for testing with public IP
> > I'm currently having WAN network latency issues and have been trying
> > to troubleshoot. For testing I have been trying to take a computer
> > from my LAN, assign it one of my external IP's and plug it in to the
> > WAN HUB where the m0n0 WAN is plugged in (I need to eliminate the
> > possibility of the m0n0 as being the problem).
> > However I am running into an IP conflict problem, and can't seem to
> > figure it out. My m0n0 WAN is xx.xxx.xxx.146. I also have another
> > client using xx.xxx.xxx.150. When I try to assign xx.xxx.xxx.147-149
> > to my PC and plug it into my hub I get an IP conflict error.
> > My m0n0 should only be using one IP, however it seems as if it may be
> > using more than one. (Side note: I was playing around with 1:1 and
> > server NAT a week or two ago, but have since deleted all of the
> > mappings.) When I unplug the m0n0 from my WAN HUB and then plug in my
> > PC with an external IP address it works just fine. However if I don't
> > unplug my m0n0 I get an IP conflict message. How should I go about
> > troubleshooting this? How can I tell for sure if my m0n0 is using
> > more than one IP?
> > Thanks for the help!
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