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  Reply # 285614 28-Dec-2009 14:23
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I have reset it in every single god damn way :(

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  Reply # 285615 28-Dec-2009 14:28
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I assume both your PC and laptop are set to DHCP (automatically get assigned address) now you have rebooted, what the ipconfig result.

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  Reply # 285616 28-Dec-2009 14:30
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It was the same. I can go check if DHCP is enabled. I will check now, I think it isn't because I use to host but I will check and then enable it and restart both machines.



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  Reply # 285617 28-Dec-2009 14:33
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I see, I can assign a IP address for a MAC address, so like 10.1.1.3 for 00:1f:d0:20:36:1a.
Wait, how can I found out my MAC address for my laptop? I only have my PC one because it was already added.

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  Reply # 285619 28-Dec-2009 14:38
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Dont assign any fixed addresses for anything, just put them all on automatic and let the router assign the addresses via DHCP, you will need to ensure that the DHCP server in the router is enabled, which I assume it is if the ipods got online.

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  Reply # 285620 28-Dec-2009 14:39
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It already was. So that didn't work...

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  Reply # 285623 28-Dec-2009 14:46
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So the ipconfig of both the laptop and PC are still 10.1.1.3? if so then you must get them to renegotiate a new address so they are different, end of story, while two devices have the same address they will have limited connectivity.

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  Reply # 285624 28-Dec-2009 14:47
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Ok, thanks I should be able to get it working now. :D. I just looked at the router and there were about 4 or 5 different IP's in DHCP that were connected.



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  Reply # 285642 28-Dec-2009 15:54
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Omg... I can't even connect to 10.1.1.1 now on my laptop.

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  Reply # 285649 28-Dec-2009 16:47
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Okay post laptops ipconfig. Now

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