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I'm using Cisco Packet Tracer for Simulation and got error “ip address overlaps with..etc”

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The 1st row is for my router and the 2nd row is for my lan whats wrong?

Is my IP addressing and subnetting is wrong? I already checked my configuration.

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marked as duplicate by Daniel Beck Aug 12 '12 at 14:48

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You can't overlap IP ranges like that on a "multihomed" device (such as a router).

You need either an "unnumbered" link on the WAN port of the router (which can then steal one of the internal addresses), or for the addresses to be non-overlapping.

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so my ip addressing and subnetting is wrong sir? thanks 4 your reply ;) – Sui Go Aug 10 '12 at 13:23
ow im very sorry is there i forum site that is related to my topic? – Sui Go Aug 10 '12 at 13:24
ok sir thank you very much for your time – Sui Go Aug 10 '12 at 13:26