I realized yesterday afternoon sometime, while talking with my neighbor about the problem, that the uplink DSL modem/router was probably not at fault for supplying the bogus DHCP addresses, since my primary router was given the .2 address, and the addresses handed out to DHCP clients are over .100; I was getting .102 yesterday. This would almost have to be a machine on the same bridge as my primary router. Hmmm...

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