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Death_Korp_Of_KRIEG

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#1 10 years ago

THIS IS VERY IMORTANT, could someone please tell me how to reset my IP adress

i am using windows Vista




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#2 10 years ago

Banned from a forum or network? =p If you use a router, restart it. If you don't, then I don't know.

Also, you need a dynamic IP, but I guess you know that already...




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#3 10 years ago

Restart your modem. Restarting my router didn't work :(




Death_Korp_Of_KRIEG

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#4 10 years ago

no im not banned from a forum or network, i just want to reset my ip for certianr easons, i restarted my modem and router but nothing has changed




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#5 10 years ago

Do you even have a dynamic IP? If not, I believe the ISP usually resets the IP every 24h.




EpicLoad

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#6 10 years ago

You can go into network settings... Then View Network connections.. Right click on the one that you are currently using... Then Properties... Then scroll down to Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)... Then hit properties again. There you go. Just make sure that you know about Subnet Masks, and default gateways; If not then just run ipconfig /all in the command prompt and enter that information into your specific settings.

If you need any help on picking an IP address, we're here.




Homer Gonerson

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#7 10 years ago

Are you trying to change your network IP, or your actual internet IP?




EpicLoad

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#8 10 years ago

An IP Address is an IP address, the only difference is the private designations and the modem IP designations. But IP as most people understand it is the network IP.




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#9 10 years ago

Riiiiiight. Anyways, click Start>Type "CMD" in the search field, run the command prompt program. Then when it loads type......... IP config /release IP config /renew IP config /all once you've typed out the last command, have a look at what is displayed when you typed "IP config /all" and it should have changed, if it hasn't, then you don't have a Dynamic IP Address




EpicLoad

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#10 10 years ago

Not always, I have my router set up so that it will remember the IP settings for each computer for 30 days, that way they always stay on the same IP. Otherwise, each time I rebooted I could get reassigned a new IP. DHCP works in many ways, and you can never say for sure how each person's is going to work. Just because it doesn't change doesn't mean that you absolutely do not have a dynamic address.

I.E. I just tried your method, and got the exact same thing.




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