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Hi, I'm Luke. I'm come in peace !!


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[TD=class: xl65, width: 866, colspan: 5]How to change your IP address?[/TD]



Windows command prompt

You can change a computer's IP address through the command prompt by following the steps below.

Access the Windows command prompt interface.

Type netsh to start the Netsh utility.

To change the IP address, you will need to specify not only the new IP address, but also the Subnet Mask and Default Gateway. Use the command structure below.

interface ip set address name="[connection name]" static [iP address] [subnet Mask] [Default Gateway]

In the above command structure, replace [connection name] with the name of the network connection for which you want to set the new IP address. The most common network connection names are "Local Area Connection" or "Wi-Fi". Replace [iP Address] with the new IP address you want to use, then replace [subnet Mask] with the correct subnet mask address and [Default Gateway] with the correct default gateway address.

interface ip set address name="Local Area Connection" static

The above example command would change the IP Address of the Local Area Connection network connection to It would also set the Subnet Mask to and the Default Gateway to

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