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darkasdes2

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  #2228072 30-Apr-2019 16:36
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Thanks for that Linux 

 

Will have to perform the update afterhours.


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  #2228075 30-Apr-2019 16:42
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It's worth doing the firmware update, but I don't expect it to help with your issue - and I'll say the same about a new router. Suggest you check what devices the HG659 says are connected, and make sure that is as expected - nobody has snuck something else onto your network. Could it be one of your users has installed some dubious software onto their PC? Or you've enabled/upgraded something to act as a DHCP server (maybe a Windows server)? May be worth posting to one of the more general forums to get more advice, this seems like more of a general networking issue to me.


darkasdes2

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  #2228078 30-Apr-2019 16:44
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gaddman:

 

It's worth doing the firmware update, but I don't expect it to help with your issue - and I'll say the same about a new router. Suggest you check what devices the HG659 says are connected, and make sure that is as expected - nobody has snuck something else onto your network. Could it be one of your users has installed some dubious software onto their PC? Or you've enabled/upgraded something to act as a DHCP server (maybe a Windows server)? May be worth posting to one of the more general forums to get more advice, this seems like more of a general networking issue to me.

 

 

 

 

Will do gaddman, thanks for your help




mrfte
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  #2228780 1-May-2019 15:02
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One or more of your LAN devices is on a static LAN IP which is causing the conflict to occur when the modem issues the same IP dynamically to another device that latches. I have found it easier to have all the connecting devices on DHCP rather than worry about router settings, firmware.. etc


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