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comment Some network devices getting incorrect address range
It's a home network, and I assumed I shouldn't see outside the subnet because, up until this week, I never had before.
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comment Some network devices getting incorrect address range
Thank you. I was pretty sure it shouldn't be that way but, like I said, Verizon didn't agree. That would explain why the problem suddenly cropped up. Thanks again. Voting for your answer now.
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comment Some network devices getting incorrect address range
@yagmoth555: Thank you.
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comment Some network devices getting incorrect address range
Thank you for your reply. I only have two other wireless access points on the network, and both have their DHCP functions turned off. I did notice something else. When I run a subnet scan intentionally outside my range of 192.168.1.1 to 254, let's say to 195.168.1.254, I see devices outside of my location (e.g., 193.104.1.78 static.office-vienna.at). I'm assuming I should not be seeing these devices. I reported it to Verizon, and they said it was not a problem. Would I be wrong in assuming that some remote device's DHCP could be the culprit and that this could be a Verizon problem?
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