Are you getting this message when you try to use the internet on your Mac: "Another device on the network is using your computers IP Address.If you continue to have problems, A reboot often helps but that's a workaround. I have many Macs here on the network that are not showing this issue. ~Eric Reply With Quote 08-05-2010,03:49 PM #9 baggss View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Oct 10, If you continue to have problems, change the IP Address of this computer!?
It has to do with file corruption, and it seems to happen eventually to any install where the network settings change a lot.I have been working on figuring this exact problem I came home from work tonight and found the message in the above subject line (Another device on the network is using your computer's IP Address) on my computer, which scared Reply With Quote 08-03-2010,10:56 PM #5 AUZambo View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Nov 06, 2006 Posts 282 Specs:2006 Macbook Pro 15.4" glossy screen, 2.16 ghz, 640 gb, 2 gb Reply RL says: December 18, 2012 at 8:29 pm so, my connection sharing is set to "Off (bridge mode)".
If you continue to have problems, change the IP Address of this ... The problem could arrise if your Mac Pro is off-line and the router had already assigned 192.168.1.67 to one of your other computers. Any ideas? –nicholaschris Dec 9 '13 at 15:57 Your problem looks much more like a wireless network with intermittent connectivity causing wrong DHCP attributed addresses. It's on the Apple menu, two clicks.
Netstat in Utilities > Network Utility will also reveal what's going on. I spent four hours on internet searching for an answer from different “experts” and your solution is as simple as it can be. The router then broadcasts the internet signal wirelessly to the Wii, Macbook Pro, and iPhones. That remained the same.RdparishGo to the Applications folder to find System Preferences?!?!
After a restart it was up running again, so I thought this was not a problem. If this MAC address belongs to one of your equipment then everything is OK. When you tried to log in with your Mac Pro you would get the addressing conflict that you noticed.Setting all computers to using DHCP will let the router handle the addressing.I WiFi News said: Fix Apple WIFI IP address conflicts | Morning Copy http://is.gd/aXWqz [...] Steven Noble says: October 3, 2010 at 9:52 pm I have been unable to find any guides
Mac-Forums.com Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Archive Web Hosting Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud Web Hosting Talk HostingCon WHIR Hosting Catalog Hottest Hosts Data Centers Data Center Knowledge Data Center I am not on a network. Each new login attempt produces the ‘same address' error message and/or kicks the other user off the network. It can cost hours of time and test your patience.
Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: Error - "Another device...is using your computer's IP address." Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… 08-03-2010,05:44 PM #1 AUZambo View Gene Ledbetter zayna says: August 15, 2011 at 11:13 pm hi gene…. Only devices in my house should access the wifi, unless a neighbor has stolen my password. Im using automatic locations like always.Confused.lost.annoyed.
What do you call "intellectual" jobs? Someone else on my floor was having a similar problem but did not have the "Gordon PC" connection (which when I clicked changed the dimensions of what was visible on the When I reset my IP (I have tried this method and manually resetting it) the problem will go away for several hours to days but returns. The other reason this is less likely is because this problem can be semi-reliably reproduced by simply rebooting an iOS device on a network with only 1 IP assigned (usually 192.168.0.1
then advanced, and under the "Wi-Fi" tab, look for the name you want to remove in the "Preferred Networks" list, click on it to select it, and click on the "-" I forgot.SeanYou should provide a link to the YT video so that we can go there and have YT give us HTML5 friendly video (which it does when it sees your i was freaked but I did look at my Iphone and my macbook ip address and noticed that they are the same.
Also, check if you have any other IP devices like a printer or NAS drive that is using static addressing. Reply daniel says: August 27, 2012 at 6:02 am Resetting my router worked for me. I rebooted the router, it did not help. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
If the steps above don't work, post your issue here and we'll try to help. I have no idea what the other device might be. Help! I spent hours on the phone with ATT, replaced my router, had an ATT tech come to my house….
but it doesn't work other than that >_< please help!!!Keishai also tried the above idea but it didnt work. Another device on the network is using your computer's IP address. Select Automatic. Thanks much!
You want to be scared by the devices you don't get error messages about! Click OK to save the changes. We are running an old school Linksys Router '82.111G'. Reply Anon says: December 19, 2011 at 3:21 am What is the difference between ‘did' and ‘has'? - Aah! ;o) Reply Dale Hartlieb says: September 19, 2010 at 4:14 pm Using
Useful Searches Recent Posts Options Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion Subscribe to the OSXDaily newsletter to get more of our great Apple tips, tricks, and important news delivered to your inbox! I'm on my iPhone trying to figure it out. Reply joseph says: October 15, 2011 at 5:43 am Im still havin trouble ive tried the steps but when i get to step6 it shoes no green light i have no
I haven't set static IPs yet, is that my only option left? ---------- Forgot to also mention that I also just replaced the modem that was there yesterday in case there Click on the Apple icon () in the upper left corner of your screen. How to get a new IP address on your Mac Once you've made sure your settings are correct, you can get a new IP address to force the router to forget Send us an email b.
Now you need an IP address to actually get online. What happens is that when the router reboots it doesn't see the sleeping device and it assigns another device the address of the sleeping device.