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Double Mac adress in the network

Hello,
In my network I have a problem with the mac adress of my sbs and a printer.
Very often the user can't print on a printer. So I print the configuration page of the printer and it indicate me a mac adress.
But when the user can't print, I tape a command "arp -a" and I have 2 different IP but for the same address mac. (see in attachment)  and when I print again the configuration page of the printer, I received another mac adress. I don't understand.
Need help ;-)

Regards,
arp--a.JPG
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mmarchant
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aboo_sCommented:
Try forcing an ip address on your printer, actually assign all addresses in your network.
Don't count on DHCP service to give you the IPs.

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mmarchantAuthor Commented:
Great, I checked the dhcp server and exclude the adress ip of distribution range ;-)
Thanks.
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