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How can i configure the Ip address and dns in dos mode

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how can i configure the Ip address and dns in dos mode

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You idiot i can get that info by typing in netsh /?
all that was being asked was for the exact syntax to change IP and DNS

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Netsh [-a AliasFile] [-c Context] [-r RemoteMachine] [Command | -f ScriptFile]

? Displays a list of commands. add Adds a configuration entry to a list of entries.

add helper Installs a helper DLL. delete Deletes a configuration entry from a list of entries.

delete helper Deletes a helper DLL. dump Displays a configuration script. exec Runs a script file. help Displays a list of commands. interface Changes to the `interface' context.

ip Changes the 'interface ip' context. ras Changes to the `ras' context.

aaaa Changes to the `ras aaaa' context. appletalk Changes to the `ras appletalk' context. ip Changes the 'ras ip' context. ipx Changes to the `ras ipx' context. netbeui Changes to the `ras netbeui' context. routing Changes to the `routing' context.

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

machine Sets the current machine on which to operate. show Displays information.

show alias Lists all defined aliases. show helper Lists all the top-level helpers.
Available commands after you have entered the netsh command (typing netsh at the prompt and pressing enter).
.. Goes up one context level. ? Displays a list of commands. abort Discards changes made while in offline mode. add Adds a configuration entry to a list of entries. alias Adds an alias. bye Exits the program. commit Commits changes made while in offline mode. delete Deletes a configuration entry from a list of entries. dump Displays a configuration script. exec Runs a script file. exit Exits the program. help Displays a list of commands. interface Changes to the `interface' context. offline Sets the current mode to offline. online Sets the current mode to online. popd Pops a context from the stack. pushd Pushes current context on stack. quit Exits the program. ras Changes to the `ras' context. routing Changes to the `routing' context. set Updates configuration settings. show Displays information. unalias Deletes an alias. Examples
netsh Enter the netsh command. netsh dump Dump all the network information as a script to the screen. Can also be sent to a file by doing netsh dump > file.txt . This script can then be executed using the exec command. set address name="Local Area Connection" source=dhcp Set the "Local Area Connection" to DHCP. set address local static 10.0.0.9 255.0.0.0 10.0.0.1 1 Set the local address to Static. netsh interface ip show config View network ip configuration. Below is an example of what may be seen. Configuration for interface "Local Area Connection"
DHCP enabled: Yes
InterfaceMetric: 1
DNS servers configured through DHCP
WINS servers configured through DHCP

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Dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) is a way to configure IP addresses and TCP/IP settings throughout your network.

The DHCP service is run on a machine with a static IP address so that the computers on the network can find it for automated configurations.

Setting the IP address on a Windows 2003 server is accomplished through the network configuration settings in Control Panel.

Click the Windows "Start" button and select "Control Panel." Double-click "Network Connections." In this section, double-click "LAN Connection."

This opens the configuration tool to set the IP address of the server.

Select "TCP/IP" from the list of configured network applications and click the "Properties" button. This opens a new configuration window.

Select "Use the following IP address" to set a static IP for the server.
Enter the IP address chosen for the server in the first textbox that is activated.

Enter the subnet mask and default gateway for the server.
The default gateway is usually the router on the local network or the DSL or cable modem on a small, home network.

Enter the DNS server address.
The DNS servers are separate servers on the network.

For small, home networks, the DNS server is provided by your service provider.

Click the "Ok" button to save the settings. Click "Ok" again at the general LAN properties window.

Renew settings on local computers. Computers that use the DHCP server for configuration need to be rebooted.

You can also use the DOS command prompt to renew settings.
The "ipconfig -renew" command refreshes the settings on client computers on the network.

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Click start type cmd press enter you will be in DOS mode
type in ipconfig press enter
you will see all of your internet connection details



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How to configure a Router?


How to determine the WAN configuration or Interntet configuration of a SOHO Router?
1. Connect the computer to the Modem via Ethernet cable. Make sure you are able to going online 2. After confirming you are online. Go to Start->Run. Type "cmd" on the Run window. 3. Type "ipconfig" on the command prompt or Black window or DOS window 4. You will be getting IP address,Subnet Mask and Default Gateway
There are 4 possibilities of IP address you can get
i)Public IP address under PPP adapter. -Router has to be configured in PPPoE mode to get a WAN IP. This will require a Username and Password from ISP ii) Public IP address under PPP adapter and Private IP address under Ethernet adapter -Router has to be configured in PPPoE mode to get a WAN IP. This will require a Username and Password from ISP iii)Public IP address under Ethernet adapter -Router has to be configured in Dynamic IP or DHCP mode to get a WAN IP -If it is still not getting a WAN IP address. * Click Mac clone on the router's WAN configuration * Power-cycle modem and Router. iv)Just a Private IP address under Ethernet adapter -Router has to be configured in Dynamic IP or DHCP mode to get a WAN IP -If it is still not getting a WAN IP address. * Power-cycle Modem and router.
After determining the WAN mode, it is time to configure the Router
1. Connect the Modem to the WAN port of the router. Connect the computer to the LAN port 2. Go to Start->Run. Type "cmd" on the Run window. 3. Type "ipconfig" on the command prompt or Black window or DOS window 4. You will be getting IP address,Subnet Mask and Default Gateway. The Default Gateway will the IP address of your router 5. Open a Web browser and type http://192.168.1.1(where this is the default IP of the router. This will be different from each manufacturer) on the address bar. 6. Go to WAN settings or Internet settings and select the options based on the above mentioned possibilities

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You must have the following information:
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  • You have allocated all the available disk space.
  • All the existing disk volumes use the NTFS file system. FAT32 volumes are not secure, and they do not support file and folder compression, disk quotas, file encryption, or individual file permissions
Install DNS loadTOCNode(2, 'summary');
  1. Open Windows Components Wizard. To do so, use the following steps:
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Configure DNS loadTOCNode(2, 'summary');
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