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CONFIGURATION
EXE
BLANK
WINDOWS 95
COMMAND-LINE TOOL
OUTPUT
ROUTING
ADDRESSES
ADDRESS
COMMAND
IFCONFIG
PING
IPCONFIG COMMAND
NETSTAT
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IPCONFIG
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Definitions

  1. Ipconfig is a DOS utility included with Windows 98 and better that allows you to manipulate network connections.
  2. IPConfig is a command-line tool that allows users to administrate the IP address values associated with any network adapter on the system.

Switches

  1. Table 5-7 lists other switches you can use with ipconfig.

Configuration

  1. IPConfig has already performed these tasks to display the configuration.

Exe

  1. While this connection is present, Ipconfig.exe displays the interface as 1394 Connection.

Blank

  1. Using a default gateway that matches the IP of the server was working, but now when I ipconfig the default gateway is blank. (Web site)
  2. Furthermore, when I ipconfig on the workstation, it picks up an IP from DHCP, but again the gateway is blank. (Web site)

Windows 95

  1. For Windows 95 and Windows 98 clients, use the winipcfg command instead of ipconfig.

Command-Line Tool

  1. Windows systems offer a command-line tool, called ipconfig, that lets you find out your computer's IP configuration.

Output

  1. You can review the IPConfig output to identify issues that exist in the computer network configuration.
  2. The output of Ipconfig can be reviewed to find any problems in the computer network configuration. (Web site)

Routing

  1. Strangely, I still see 0.0.0.0 as the default gateway for the interface when I run ipconfig, but the routing table looks fine when I do route print. (Web site)
  2. Configure Routing and Remote Access to perform NAT. Troubleshoot Internet Connection Sharing problems by using the ipconfig and ping commands.

Addresses

  1. You can also use ipconfig to release and renew IP addresses, and perform other troubleshooting functions as well. (Web site)
  2. The only issue I see when I ipconfig is there are two gateway IP addresses, 0.0.0.0 and the correct one as you can see below. (Web site)

Address

  1. IPCONFIG A Windows 2000 and XP utility that displays the IP address for a particular networking device.
  2. Type ipconfig, hit enter and note down the IPv4 IP address for your Wireless Network Connection and Local Area Connection.

Command

  1. You can't tell if it worked by doing an "ipconfig" command. (Web site)

Ifconfig

  1. Ipconfig and ifconfig can do much more than just tell you information about your local machine; however that is a bit beyond the scope of this article. (Web site)
  2. Another cool thing that you can do is save the output of ipconfig or ifconfig (or any command from the command line that outputs to standard output - a.k.a. (Web site)
  3. An IP address can be determined by using the command-line tool ipconfig for Windows, and ifconfig for Unix and Linux.

Ping

  1. The user is unable to ping other nodes and ipconfig returns an IP (Internet Protocol) address that is not in the correct subnet.

Ipconfig Command

  1. The ipconfig command is the command-line equivalent to the winipcfg command, which is available in Windows Millennium Edition, Windows 98, and Windows 95. (Web site)
  2. For more information, see Renew DNS client registration using the ipconfig command.
  3. As part of the troubleshooting process, the user issued the ipconfig command, which generated the output shown in the exhibit. (Web site)

Netstat

  1. Windows IP Configuration Manager replaces ipconfig, route and netstat. (Web site)

Nslookup

  1. You may use ipconfig or nslookup to troubleshoot.

Command Prompt

  1. Again you can verify the settings by doing an ipconfig in the command prompt.
  2. For example, when you run the ipconfig command at the command prompt, the default gateway appears as 0.0.0.0. (Web site)

Default Gateway

  1. Used without parameters, ipconfig displays the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway for all adapters. (Web site)
  2. When the technician runs ipconfig, the customer gets the following output: IP address169.254.2.4 Subnet Mask.255.255.0.0 Default Gateway. (Web site)
  3. Used without parameters, the ipconfig command displays the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway for all adapters.

Ipconfig

  1. It includes all useful network tools like netstat, ping, traceroute, ipconfig, dns query, whois, arp, route and http checker, but in a graphical interface. (Web site)
  2. Netstat Agent is a set of command line utilities like Netstat, Ping, Ipconfig, Route, ARP, Tracert, but in a graphical interface.
  3. It includes all useful network tools like netstat, ping, traceroute, ipconfig, dns query (nslookup), whois, arp, route and http checker. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Computers > Internet > Routing > Default Gateway
  2. Command Prompt
  3. Netstat
  4. Graphical Interface
  5. Subnet Mask
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