ESET PC impacting LAN

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by demandcurve, Nov 10, 2011.

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  1. demandcurve

    demandcurve Registered Member

    Nov 10, 2011
    When my ESET4-enabled desktop logs on or off my LAN it disconnects other wireless laptops. I'm guessing it may be a DHCP issue.

    The DHCP server issues IP addresses in range 1.136 to 1.139. The ESET PC is always given 1.137, I don't know why, could it be connected to the ESET ZONE? I see there is something called "Local Addresses" which says:

    IP:; IP:

    I cannot find much of an explanation for Local Addresses, I thought I'd add the other DHCP addresses here to see the effect but it seems I am unable to edit this zone.

    Any help, either why the ESET PC is disconnecting wireless laptops from the LAN, or why it always gets DHCP 1.137, or how I might include other IP address in "Local Addresses"?

  2. dmaasland

    dmaasland Registered Member

    Nov 10, 2010
    It always gets that address because it's dhcp lease hasn't expired, that's the way DHCP works. This sounds more like a router issue than an eset issue tbh.
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