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comment Setting my computer to the correct date and time stops website security certificates from validating
The only thing I can think of is that it's related to time zone settings, but that seems unlikely to me. Is it present in both Chrome and IE? Do you use a proxy server that might interfere somehow?
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comment static IP outside of subnet range
The router is a Cisco EPC3925 with modified firmware (but those modifications appear minor), the printer a HP LaserJet 1320 series printer. And there are a few switches in between. I could check what those are, if that matters.
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comment static IP outside of subnet range
About DHCP: yes, that was what I was trying to say. I'm not really looking for a solution, I am looking for an explanatiom what is going on here. Unfortunately, the router is now password-protected, so I can't take a look at the routing table.
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comment static IP outside of subnet range
For other reasons that go beyond the scope of this question, he attached the printer via an USB cable so networking issues were 'resolved'. He was unable to change the IP address in Windows, but that turned out to be unnecessary due to the USB connection. Still wondering why the printer did work for a moment. Maybe if I know why it worked (and know why exactly it should not work) I can convince a few people to use a more sane network config for the printer.
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comment static IP outside of subnet range
The DHCP range is 192.168.1.x, where x is in the range of 10-128. I don't know the router config before the reset aside from the standard gateway, but it did have a DHCP server.
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comment static IP outside of subnet range
Yes, the router is also a DHCP server, but that didn't change with the reset. The printer was simply given a static IP-address outside the DHCP scope. Other than that, it's a normal consumer router with NAT etc.
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