Double check the IP, it should be "". If you're still having trouble open up CMD from the start/search menu and run the command "ipconfig /flushdns". And if you're still having trouble after that, restart your modem, router, and computer.

Gateway does not show up in ipconfig - TechRepublic Although the default gateway shows up in network properties, there is no entry at all for default gateway when I run ipconfig /all. The XP machines work fine with (I think) the same configuration IPconfig doesn't work - May 2006 - Forums - CNET May 31, 2006 command line - ipconfig not working - Ask Ubuntu 2020 UPDATE (Ubuntu 18+) Still, use nmcli as an equivalent command as Marty Fried suggests.. Coming from Windows, when you do ipconfig you probably expect to see a bunch of information such as the network interfaces, ipv4, ipv6 addresses, dns server, default gateways etc. Unfortunately, and as Marty Fried mentions in his answer, ifconfig is hard to extract this information (I'm not even sure

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I'm thinking I can grab that IP and run ipconfig /renew and that may work. Pimiento. Elm_Kany Jan 23, 2019 at 12:05pm To do this remotely, you will need PSTools (search for PSTools in Google). 1. Download and extract PSTools to your local disk 2. Create a bat file as showed by CYBW1Z (step 3) and and save it in the PSTools folder

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