Duplicate IP

As I can avoid that the system shows the duplicated message of IP. And soon to find in the configuration of the system (I imagine that in the registry) that has happened east error.
Maverick99Asked:
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quang051097Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Dear Maverick99,
Try using:
  IPCONFIG /RELEASE_ALL
to release duplicate IP address lease
and then use
  IPCONFIG /RENEW_ALL
to renew IP lease
You may need to reboot your system.
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Maverick99Author Commented:
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dew_associatesCommented:
Maverick, it appears that we have somewhat of a language barrier here, so I need you to be as specific as you can with this problem.

Please try and explain what is happening on this PC so we can help you.
Dennis
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nfernandCommented:
Hi Maverick99.

Is Win95 telling you that another PC uses the same IP address?
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bchewCommented:
Hi Maverick,

Please run winipcfg /all and post the results here.
(Start, Run, wipipcfg /all)
Thanks,

Bert
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Maverick99Author Commented:
I have little English level of and use a translator... sorry

I explain myself...

I have a series of machines, N, which even form single they... the IP's. But sometimes when they start and fails the communication among them, Hub lease disconnected by accident, cables in badly been, caida of the line of I telephone... etc...

Then what I want to avoid it is that it leaves the error and to have to go somebody to press on the error... the question is if can avoid that it leaves that message and soon to look for in a part of the registry (I suppose that sera in the registry) or any other place of configuration where it detects that it has happened that error to assign another IP to the machine and that it is reinitiated...

I believe that now I have explained my question far better...
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dew_associatesCommented:
Maverick, what is your language of choice and we'll see if someone here can translate for us.
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bchewCommented:
Are duplicate IP addresses assigned by DHCP?  How many computers are on your network?  
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Bossman117Commented:
It sounds almost as if he's saying that an error message comes up telling him about duplicate IP's, but if he hits "OK" and cancels the error, everything works fine, and he thinks that because of this there really isn't an error, and that the registry is calling this error upon boot.  If this is the case I know we can help you.  So let us know if this is your problem.
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dew_associatesCommented:
Gang, you don't know any more about his problem then I do. How about we find a way to communicate instead of filling this thread with white noise?????
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Maverick99Author Commented:
Me explico....

Tengo una serie de máquinas, N, las cuales se configuran ellas solas....
incluso las IP's. Pero a veces cuando arrancan y falla la comunicación entre
ellas, lease Hub desconectados por accidente, cables en mal estado, caida de
la línea de telefono... etc...

Entonces lo que quiero evitar es que salga el error de IP duplicada y tener que ir alguien a
pulsar sobre el error.... la cuestión es si puede evitar que salga ese
mensaje y luego buscar en una parte del registro ( supongo que sera en el
registro) o cualquier otro lugar de configuración donde detecte que ha
ocurrido ese error para asignar otra IP a la máquina y que se reinicie....

Creo que ahora he explicado mucho mejor mi pregunta....
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Jason_SCommented:
Translation (http://babelfish.altavista.com)

Maverick99:  If I understand, your cabling is bad, and the PC looses connection to the server.  Then you reboot, and get a duplicate IP message?
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dew_associatesCommented:
I get the same thing you do Jason, but I've asked someone fluent in Spanish to assist.
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nfernandCommented:
Hi Guys... this is what Maverick99 says:


He has some PC's wich configure their IP address automatically. But sometimes when connected between then, they get disconnected by many reassons: hubs disconnect them, wrong cables, hang off the telephone line... etc.

He needs to stop the "duplicated IP" error to keep appearing.

He wants to know if in the registry (i'm just translating) or anywhere there is a way to detect the error and change the IP address and reboot the machine.

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Maverick: Si tu no tienes un servidor NT asignando direcciones IP a tus equipos, creo que no debes hacer que se configuren automáticamente (aunque realmente ignoro como lo estas haciendo).

Si no tienes un servidor DHCP (la máquina que asigna las direcciones IP), debes configurar una direccion IP FIJA a cada equipo. Cada una diferente por supuesto. Esto lo haces através del panel de control / Red / Microsoft TCP/IP.

Si tienes más dudas, coméntanos.


Suerte,
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dew_associatesCommented:
Thanks for the help nfernand! Stick around, we're going to need you!

Maverick, as long as you are assigning IP addresses dynamically this will continue to happen. Try assigning the IP address and subnet mask manually and the problem should clear up.
Dennis
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Asta CuCommented:
Using a translator as well, Dennis, you said this (wonder how close it is):

Tan largo como usted asignan las direcciones de IP dinámicamente esto continuará a acontece. Trate de asignar la máscara de la dirección y subnet de IP manualmente y el problema debe aclarar.

Using .... http://www.freetranslation.com/

Asta


 


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dew_associatesCommented:
Asta ;o) you are sumtin else!
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Asta CuCommented:
Hi, Dennis, yeah, huh?   It was your note asking for translating help on behalf of Maverick99 that brought me out of my own troubleshooting processes to try and help with this problem; too bad I remember so little.  I majored in languages too many years ago; too much forgotten from the old 'don't use it, you'll lose it' routine.  

I recently found a better interpreter to test my own translations, but for the life of me, can't find it now that there's a "call to duty", so to speak.  I'll keep looking.

;O)

Asta
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gonzal13RetiredCommented:
I have 8 years of classroon Spanish and 8 years in Mexico, but do not know the technical terms in Spanish, though I do have a friend that has his own ISP that is in Mexico. I can always send him a message. Willing to help anytime. I love the language.
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dew_associatesCommented:
QUANG, your post should have been a comment not a proposed answer, blocking the question!
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quang051097Commented:
Why not, it works for my
similar situation.
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dew_associatesCommented:
Yes, but it may not work for his, therefore you've blocked the question!
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Maverick99Author Commented:
Thanks guang, but is not been worth, does not indicate when has been produced an IP Duplicate.
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Maverick99Author Commented:
Gracias guang, pero no es valido, no indica cuando se ha producido una IP Duplicada.
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dew_associatesCommented:
Maverick, have you tried my suggestion regarding assigning specific IP addresses rather than DHCP?
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Maverick99Author Commented:
No puedo usar el DHCP porque no uso NT.. son PC's que se suministran individualmente que el cliente no tiene acceso a el y se configuran automáticamente en Red.
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Maverick99Author Commented:
I cannot use the DHCP because not use NT.. they are PC's that they supply individually that the client does not have access to the and they configure themselves automatically in Network.
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dew_associatesCommented:
Is there no way at all you can set specific IP addresses for these work stations? If not, this problem cannot be resolved.
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bchewCommented:
Actually, I beleive I saw somewhere (though I have not been able to find it again so far) that there is a way to get the Microsoft DHCP Server to check if an address is in use before it issues it.  Something to do with doing a ping first or something similar.  I will keep looking but does anyone else recall this feature?
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dew_associatesCommented:
DHCP does do this Bert, but the machines are not echoing properly.
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bchewCommented:
Thanks Dennis.  I found the article and it only works for an address one time and is never used if the address was ever successfully leased so no help anyway.  I think his DHCP setup has a problem because it should be assigning leases to the last owner at least until it expires.  The workstation actually requests the last IP it received when it comes back up and usually receives it unless another station has acquired the lease in the meantime.

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dew_associatesCommented:
I agree Bert, and based upon the original post, he has so many boxes going on and off line its screwing up DHCP.
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Maverick99Author Commented:
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