how toconfigure ipadress through run

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plz tell me how to configure ipadress through cmd prompt or through run??????

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I’m not sure what your looking for without more info though there’s always the ” Net Use ” command.

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  • Mssmikey
    Look into the "netsh" command. Specifically, the "netsh interface ip set" subcommands. Run netsh in dos. it brings up a interactive prompt. type "interface" now youre in the interface sublevel. then "ip" now your in the "interface ip" level. You now can use the "show" and "set" commands. and of course your new best friend, the "help" command.
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  • Spadasoe
    Assume your network interface is called wired. The following can be used to configure various settings. They are for the most part self-explanatory: netsh interface ip set address name="Wired" gateway=10.10.1.2 gwmetric=1 netsh interface ip set address wired static 10.10.1.127 255.255.0.0 netsh interface ip set dns wired static 10.10.1.87 netsh interface ip add dns wired 10.10.1.86 netsh interface ip set wins wired static 10.10.1.87 netsh interface ip add wins wired 10.10.1.6
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  • Tbitner
    This is a school question.
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  • Bobkberg
    Maybe it's a school question and maybe not. I've been in this business for 20+ years, and I never knew that Windows had a command line addressing prompt. Linux/Unix, yes, but didn't know Windows had added one. So I certainly learned something useful from this question. Bob
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