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I have a PC that will not connect to my 192.168.1 subnet. I have tried bit with a cable and wirelessly. I have successfully conected to a router with a 10.0.0 subnet. I need this computer to work on the 192 subnet to connect to my domain. But it will not. I am installing updated via the 10 network. I scanned with malware bytes and combofix and no errors. I also downloaded and ran a microsoft tcp/ip stack fix and still nothing.
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by:akalyan911
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192.168.1.XX is APPA IP address, which is DHCP non metric IP address range, change the sub-net or configured it properly..
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by:Seth Simmons
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192.168.1.XX is APPA IP address

APIPA addresses are 169.254.0.0/16 not 192.168.0.0/16

I have successfully conected to a router with a 10.0.0 subnet

can you change the router's internal address for 192.168.1.0 network?
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by:jsgrosskopf
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No, don't want to change that...all my other PCs are connecting fine just this one..really strange. I'm starting to think bad internal nic but then the wireless will not connect to the 192.168.0 either....only the 10.0.0
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I guess there is an issue with the network connection on the PC....Wifi works fine. Thanks everyone
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by:jsgrosskopf
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Never got a solution...problem with computer
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