I have a problem with my home wireless network.
I want to run two laptops, or maybe 3 (but lets say 2 for now) on the network however my IP address is provided by my local ISP - billing and payments to the ISP are calculated using the IP address (so I have 10.68.3.204 but my nextdoor neighbour may be using 10.68.3.227 for example, I am identified as 3.204).
The connection comes in to the apartment by cable and into an Access Point (D-Link). Right now everything is fine because I'm only using one laptop, however when I switch the 2nd one on, using the same TCP/IP settings, I get an IP conflict and the second one won't work.
Is there any way I can use two laptops on this home network using the D-Link Access Point but not interfering with the settings provided by my ISP.
Here are the settings I have in my TCP/IP options for the wireless card:
IP Address: 10.68.3.204
Standard Gateway: 10.68.0.1
Primary DNS: 22.214.171.124
Secondary DNS: 126.96.36.199
Thanks for your help.