|10 Dec 2009||#11|
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I'm so sorry I just saw this. I'm wondering if when you are at work you have a specific IP address. Well when you go home, you are not suppose to have a specific IP address.
When you go home tonight, in your Local Area Connection properties, click the button "Obtain IP Address automatically". When we have people here on our network they have to have a specific number to gain access. If they go home with the number still in their properties, they cannot get online at home.
If you don't know how to get to the Local Area Connection Properties in your IPv4 area, let me know. If I'm not online, send me an email at Sarahjune03@yahoo.com. I'll get that as soon as you send it and we will get this thing worked out.
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