The RPI is connected via ethernet to the laptop.

There is a bridge on the laptop between wifi connection and ethernet connection.

When I look at the pi's IP I get the same IP as the laptop.

I have no internet on RPI but on my laptop there is.

I think that there is no internet due to the fact that IP is same as laptop. Is it supposed to be this way?

Laptop IP is

At the picture - PI's IPs


As requested at comments :

I started pi and for fue seconds i had only one ip. Picture is: enter image description here

After two minutes : enter image description here

And as requested : enter image description here

Edit :

Laptop is running windows 10.

Configured bridge by checking both wifi and ethernet network connection -> right click -> create bridge.

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According to comments under the question (shame on us, it was evolved to a chat room), you should look for a solution of the problem having title Bridging Lan and WLan on Windows 10.

The problem is not raspberry pi related.

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    @Hadar A better place for that is probably our larger sibling site Super User, but focus on what you've done with windows and not the Pi or it may be migrated back here out of hand.
    – goldilocks
    Oct 14, 2016 at 20:09

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