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#574882 07/25/14 07:55 PM
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Here's a weird deal - second time I have seen this happen. Setting up a new SL1100 at my shop - I let it pull a DHCP address. I run a little IP scanner to show me what's on what address - so I can log in and begin to make magic....

This system pulled two IP addresses - and I can log into WebPro on either one. Saw this on another system I was setting up a couple of months ago......... thought it was a fluke - but perhaps not.

Doesn't seem to cause any problems, just seems odd to me. When I get it to the site, I will static address it to their LAN anyway....

Just wondering if anyone else has seen this - or if perhaps there is some reason for it?

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That's usually the first thing I turn off after I've initialized the system - Just so I don't forget to do it later!!


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