IP Conflict At Norfolk Airport

by Alex Raiano

Related link: http://www.alexraiano.com/2005/12/03/ip-conflict-in-norfolk-airport/

I would never have guessed that an Airport would use Windows as the platform for hosting such important information. In any case, I thought it was pretty funny.

Maybe the airport needs to work through this resolution :)
To correct this problem, change the IP address. To do so, follow these steps:
1. In Control Panel, double-click Network.
2. Click the TCP/IP protocol, and then click Properties.
3. On the IP Address tab, configure the protocol to use a different IP address that is not already in use on the network.
4. Click OK.


2005-12-05 13:33:05
Still jaw dropping
Still amazes me that people would pay for a windows license to run an entire computer to drive a single display.

And then that the "console" would be pointed towards customers. Why, why, oh why?