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Strange IP address
Message from email@example.com
Yesterday we started experiencing a very strange phenomina we can't track down.
Our laptops which authenticate to wireless through our AD server are showing a popup message that they can't use ip address 126.96.36.199 as it is already in use on our network. We have never used any "5" address internally. We have had this happen (as far as we know) on half a dozen MacBooks and one iPad. The address appears to belong to a telecom in Syria.
We are really not sure what steps to take next.
If anyone has some thoughts, we would be most grateful.
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| Peter K. Richardson
Director of Information Services
Rutgers Preparatory School
1345 Easton Avenue
Somerset, NJ 08873