It doesn't sound right. Try going into your router's web admin interface. There you should be able to look up what IPs are being handed out to which MAC addresses. From there, if you know all the Mac MAC addresses, you should be able to ID the XP box by process of elimination. Or if you know the IP of the XP box, you'll know the MAC address looking at the DHCP table right away.<br><br>
www.netcraft.com may be able to help.<br><br>I know the post above said this but type in 192.168.100.1 into Internet Explorer 6 and see if that revels anything.<br><br>www.adzoox.com & www.jackwhispers.com
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