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Windows IP Address Commands
Step 1 - Open a Command Prompt. (For XP: Click the Start/Windows Button, then click "RUN". For Vista: Hold the "Windows" Icon key on your keyboard and Press "R")
Step 2 - Type "CMD" (without quotes) and press ENTER.
Step 3 - Type (or copy and paste) any of the commands below (one at a time) and press enter to see the results.
Displays Your IP Address and some other basic IP configuration information.
Displays your IP address and detailed IP configuration information.
Instructs the network host to dump all cached DNS entries.
Instructs the network host to display all cached DNS entries.
Instructs the network host to register its hostname and IP dynamically to the local DNS servers.
Requests a new IP address from a DHCP server. (Only works if you DO NOT have a static IP)
Releases (removes) the current IP address configuration. (Only works if you DO NOT have a static IP)
Shows IP information for all available compartments.
ipconfig /allcompartments /all
Shows detailed IP information about all available compartments.
Verifies that you can connect to the Internet successfully.
"C:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe" http://www.ShowMyIP.ws
Verifies that Internet Explorer is working and that you can browse the internet. (be sure to include the quotes for this to work)
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