Can Two Computers Have the Same IP Address?

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Two computers can accidentally have the same IP address. This problem, though very uncommon, can occur If two computers are assigned the same static IP addresses. The problem can also occur if you have numerous network adapters, making it is possible for the network to have an IP address conflict with itself.
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windows will flash up and tell you there is a conflict.
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Hi, at first you have to get into both PC's network cards settings > properties of network adapters, select Internet protocol TCP/IP and click on properties - make sure the adapter
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A computer can have as many IP addresses as someone wants to give it. Give the machine a different address, then ping the conflicting one. Then do an ARP lookup to see it's MAC
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q_21264761.htm
IP addresses are supposed to be unique so you cannot have two adapters configured to one IP. You can bridge them as suggested but this can lead to all kinds of problems if both LAN's
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