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VX2 User's Manual

Do you have a manual for a LXE VX2? I just need a list of DOS commands so we can change the IP info on it. Thanks in advance, Nate

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Re: VX2 User's Manual

If your using XP go to run type CMD you will have the the DOS console you should be able to fine what you want .. type help?

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ip Change to the 'routing ip' context. ipx Changes to the `routing ipx' context. set Updates configuration settings.

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