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How do I locate the TCP/IP address? Thanks

I will have to try your suggestion when I get home. How do I locate the TCP/IP address. Thanks

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Dear whitmeyer,

You can go to a command line (Start, Run) and type ipconfig to get you TCP/IP address.

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If you access the internet you could always use the ip address you are getting from dhcp, just go to start-run and type cmd then at the command prompt type ipconfig and copy the ip, subnet, gw and dns to the tcp/ip settings.
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