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Apr
16
awarded  Student
Apr
16
asked Efficiency of using external IP to reach LAN device
Nov
13
awarded  Scholar
Nov
13
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.
Nov
13
accepted Some network devices getting incorrect address range
Nov
13
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.
Nov
13
comment Some network devices getting incorrect address range
@yagmoth555: Thank you.
Nov
13
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?
Nov
13
asked Some network devices getting incorrect address range
Nov
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