Erro IP address conflict, but no matter what same 2 ip address in the network, how to check

my network have static IP addresses but xp users only problem with IP address confilict, similarly there is no IP even in networ but his error ipconflict shows how to solve? Please help me



Give a description of the configuration of the network and the involved network hardware.

If you have a router make sure that static IP addresses are out of the DHCP range.

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