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:: how to track ip conflict at client side::


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mohsin

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hello guyz .. i m new at server side handling a beginer level question

i m recieving popup that server /system is having ipconflict ...

thats for sure one of my clients are trying to give same ip .. how can i know its whom

one of my friend say chek from administrative tool i try but not find it .. could any one tell me the step guide to chek it out ... via mac or any thing

thxn a lot :tazz:
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mohsin

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waiting ... anyone plz
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Click on Start, then Run. Type: EVENTVWR and then press enter. Proceed to look under System and Application logs for a message that begins with: "The system detected an address conflict for IP address...". It should give you all of the information that you need.
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you say server side...

is this a domain structure?
are you running dhcp on t his network?
are you assigning each machine static ips?
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