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December 30, 2012, 11:15 am
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What's the rest of that address?
Perhaps you are using static IP addresses instead of relying on the DHCP
server in the router to dynamically assign them to your intranet hosts.
You never mention if there are other hosts obtaining IP addresses from
the DHCP server in your router.
That's your router's own LAN-side IP address.
Probably because your router's DHCP setup starts at a different low end
for the boundary of the range of IP addresses that it assigns. Only you
know how DHCP is configured in your router and only you know your