strange ip address conflicting problem.

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  1. quan chi

    quan chi mortal kombat

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    hi guys
    today atleast i have received this message 2-3 times what could be the problem please help.

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  2. rhitwick

    rhitwick Democracy is a myth

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    r u in a network?
     
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    quan chi

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    no no network.i have lan broadband.
     
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    Are u in BSNL broadband??.. I've encountered that sometime.. Jus restarting modem did the trick.. It dint come up for weeks..
     
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    Disc_Junkie Call me D_J!

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    It happens when you are behind a proxy server and the same UserName and Password for connecting to it are being used by two or more users. I used to get it when I was doing the same. Check if your UserName and Password is used by someone or not.....
     
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    that one will vanish for me.. if i specify the IP address as '192.168.1.1'. try that quan.
     
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    then this could happen if someone else on your network(lan) changes his ip to that of yours. If this is the case , then there is probably nothing much you can do about it (except contacting your isp). Not sure if it can cause any harm
     
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