Running v1.20.412 and just noticed that the status displays copies of my Bravia Z5800 TV and the PS3 on differnt IP addresses
If I check the ARP table on my router two of the IPs listed by PSMS don't exist as being issued but the DHCP table does list these extra IPs but doesn't have a device name shown against them.
Can anyone suggest what I can do to ensure that these devices are only allocated one IP?
Each device on your network should have a single, unique IP address by default. Make sure all of your devices are set up to use automatic (DHCP) to obtain an IP address. If you need to assign static IP ddress to a device, set up a reservation on your DHCP server for that device. You can look at your DHCP server's address lease table to see which device is assigned each IP address. You can use the Unique ID (MAC Address) to trace devices that do not have a Name or Description. The MAC address is usually found on the data plate of network devices. Hope this helps.
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