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Two IPv4 adapters in same PC on same network valid? [migrated]

Is it valid to have two network adapters on the same PC have the same network portion in their IPv4 address? If not why is my DHCP server doing so and how should I setup my DHCP server to have it ...
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Domain connection shows as “unauthenticated”

I have seen various different questions for this problem floating around but either the circumstances arent the same or the solution doesnt work so thought i would post it to see if anybody has any ...
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Laptop being assigned IPv4 address out of router's DHCP range

I have a laptop connecting wirelessly to an E4200 Linksys router. The router is configured to use DHCP with a range from #.#.#.100 to #.#.#.254. However, the laptop is being assigned an IP address of ...
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IP Address keeps getting assigned that is already in use

I have an internal IP Address (192.168.0.57) that every couple of days will get assigned to a machine which will then periodically lose it's connection to the network throughout the day. The first ...
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Static IPv4 and dynamic IPv6 on same interface

I am trying to set up a CentOS 5.4 box to use a static IPv4 address, while getting a dynamic IPv6 address at boot time. I have only one interface, apart from the loopback interface, eth0. It has a ...