Galen Tackett <gspamtackett> wrote:
What does the address look like in dotted decimal notation? If it> My OS X 10.1.5 sometimes gets an incorrect IP from the DHCP on my DI-604
> router. In binary, the address looks sort of, but not quite, like a
> correct address that has been bit-shifted--a few bits (not at the
> shift-in end of the address) don't match as well.
> Is there a way I could have an AppleScript script examine the IP address
> and make sure that the three leftmost bytes of the address are correct?
starts with '169' it probably indicates that the DHCP server isn't
supplying an address and the OS is generating one for use in a strictly
PGP fingerprint = 5108 DDB2 9761 EDE5 E7E3
7BDA 71ED 6496 99C0 C7CF