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Windows 7: Two router settings causing IP conflict?

11 Aug 2012   #11
richt48

Windows 7 Enterprise 64b
 
 

Weird thing happened. Received a phone call from someone who has my router details in their router! Part of my router Username is my telephone number. This number is showing up on this other person's router setup page and they just decided to try to call it. They are having the exact same problem as me. Somehow Talk Talk have 'crossed the streams' (lol) and I have her details sometimes appearing and sometimes she has mine. This person lives about 5 or ten minutes away in the same city, is on Talk Talk ISP, and sees my details in her router! So it does look like a 'conflict of service'. I am going to call Talk Talk and see what the heck they are going to do about it!


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11 Aug 2012   #12
Solarstarshines

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richt48 View Post
Weird thing happened. Received a phone call from someone who has my router details in their router! Part of my router Username is my telephone number. This number is showing up on this other person's router setup page and they just decided to try to call it. They are having the exact same problem as me. Somehow Talk Talk have 'crossed the streams' (lol) and I have her details sometimes appearing and sometimes she has mine. This person lives about 5 or ten minutes away in the same city, is on Talk Talk ISP, and sees my details in her router! So it does look like a 'conflict of service'. I am going to call Talk Talk and see what the heck they are going to do about it!

Good it had to be something on there end Im glad you found out what was going on
Also i should add make them give you something for free for the mix up like a month of service hehehe

When you tell them that you had a hard time with there service im sure they will compensate you Good luck and good job hopefully everything will be running sweet your future post
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