An IP conflict is the result of two or more devices on a network being set to the same IP address.
(ex: DEVICE 1 IP 192.168.50.2 DEVICE 2 IP 192.168.50.2)
This will cause issues with the hosts' connection to the devices. This could result in:
- One device being able to connect but having no access to the other.
- Lost connection to all devices with this IP.
- Connection switching between all devices with this IP.
To resolve an IP conflict, you must set all devices on the same network to different IP addresses.
(ex: DEVICE 1 IP 192.168.50.2 DEVICE 2 IP 192.168.50.3 DEVICE 3 IP 192.168.50.4)