strange problem with LAN
knute at frazmtn.com
Tue Apr 10 20:56:07 UTC 2007
>I have assigned IP addresses to the boxes on my home network,
>192.168.1.11 thru 192.168.1.14. This arrangement has worked without
>problems until today.
>When I booted up the machine at 192.168.1.13, instead of the usual
>report of eth0 being activated I saw an error message: "Some other host
>already uses 192.168.1.13". I was unable to ping 192.168.1.13 from
>another machine. Box 192.168.1.13 remained unconnected to the LAN until
>I manually activated eth0 using system-config-network. Then everything
>I rebooted another of the boxes 192.168.1.11 and got a similar message:
>"Some other host already uses 192.168.1.11". Again, activating eth0
>solved the problem.
>What's happening? Is there an easy solution? If not, what can I do to
>troubleshoot this further?
>Thanks for the help!
This appears to be the same problem I posted about with the subject:
"Problem configuring the network" today. I'm not getting any good
answers either but we have the same problem if that is any
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