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I have a question. Did you enter i.e., make up the ip of 10.4.1.X? That one is reserved for special purposes. Is that purpose the same as the ip 192.168.1.X? ...
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    I have a question. Did you enter i.e., make up the ip of 10.4.1.X?

    That one is reserved for special purposes. Is that purpose the same as the ip 192.168.1.X? Or am I offbase here? Anyone?

    I'm just curious since most routers default to 192.168.1.X or something in that ballpark.

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    yeah i changed around my routers config

    cause..

    i could

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