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Re: static or dynamic IP?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Stewart Bathsheba, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. Stewart Bathsheba

    Stewart Bathsheba Flightless Bird

    Some nervous bum boy named Mike Easter wrote in
    news:7rd31vF59hU1@mid.individual.net:

    > fido wrote:
    >
    >> Whenever I check with "shields up" or some similar web site they always
    >> show the same IP for the lap top and the desk top. When I try to run
    >> ipconfig the dos screen only flashes on for a second..At one time
    >> whenever I would sign on to my ISP it would show a different IP address
    >> each time I logged on.

    >
    > You haven't told us how the laptop and desktop are connecting, so we are
    > left to guess.
    >
    > It is possible for us to see your connectivity IP stamped by your news
    > server which is 69.109.214.146 and its name is like a DSL IP of pacbell.
    >
    > The likely situation is that you have some kind of integrated gateway
    > device which functionally serves as a router for your two machines.
    >
    > The gateway device has one IP address 69.109.214.146 for the internet
    > and that will be the address which appears to any such website that
    > displays your IP as it appears on the web -- whether it is the laptop or
    > the desktop.
    >
    > However, internally, the ipconfig command will show you a translated
    > address which is different for the two machines.
    >
    > One way to get a dos type console which will hold so that you can see
    > the result of ipconfig is to use Start/ Run/ command - then when you get
    > the console screen type ipconfig.
    >
    > That will show you the translated address which might be something like
    > 192.168.1.175 and the gateway's address which might be 192.168.1.1


    You fucking idiotic, endlessly waffling pillock, Easter. In your obsessed
    desire to teach the OP to suck eggs, you missed this bit:

    "the dos screen only flashes on for a second"

    Unless you tell him how to fix that, you dumbfuck cunt, he isn't going to
    be able to tell you fucking anything, you fucked in the head dickfungus.

    <aside>
    Fuck me dead. Really? How fucking dense and obsessive can some cunt get?

    --
    A test sig
     
  2. Kadaitcha Man

    Kadaitcha Man Flightless Bird

    "Mike Easter", thou putrid dwarf. Observe thyself, for the love of
    mockery. Ye cooed:

    > posted to 24hshd only
    >
    > Stewart Bathsheba wrote:
    >> Mike Easter wrote in

    >
    >>> One way to get a dos type console which will hold so that you can see
    >>> the result of ipconfig is to use Start/ Run/ command - then when you
    >>> get the console screen type ipconfig.

    >
    >> you missed this bit:

    >
    > No, bottom poster who doesn't know how to trim for context, you missed
    > my recommendation above to fix that.
    >
    >> "the dos screen only flashes on for a second"

    >
    > That 'flashes for a second' occurs when someone types ipconfig into the
    > XP run command. That's why I told him how to get a dos screen that will
    > hold by typing command into Run.
    >
    >> Unless you tell him how to fix that,

    >
    > Silly boy. I guess you can't read.


    Neither could you until I told you what the fuck mistake the poster had
    made, you waffling fuckwad.

    > Nontrimming bottom posters without context have the same kind of problem
    > with their reading comprehension as nontrimming top posters.
    >
    > Here are some guidelines for how to post with trimming and context
    > http://www.anta.net/misc/nnq/nquote.shtml # Q2: How should I use the
    > quoted text and arrange it with my own text? -- # Q3: Why shouldn't I
    > quote the entire posting that I'm responding to?
    >
    > You could also learn how to clean up your language; it costs you extra
    > keystrokes to put in the dirty little words you learned when you were
    > trying to grow up.


    <^ indicates up>
    Obsessotard.
     
  3. Cork Soaker

    Cork Soaker Flightless Bird

    Stewart Bathsheba wrote:

    > "the dos screen only flashes on for a second"


    ^ That is fixed by this v

    >> One way to get a dos type console which will hold so that you can see
    >> the result of ipconfig is to use Start/ Run/ command - then when you get
    >> the console screen type ipconfig.


    Dickfungus!
     
  4. Desk Rabbit

    Desk Rabbit Flightless Bird

    On 02/02/2010 17:29, Cork Soaker wrote:
    > Stewart Bathsheba wrote:
    >
    >> "the dos screen only flashes on for a second"

    >
    > ^ That is fixed by this v
    >
    > >> One way to get a dos type console which will hold so that you can see
    > >> the result of ipconfig is to use Start/ Run/ command - then when you

    > get
    > >> the console screen type ipconfig.

    >
    > Dickfungus!


    Almost a correct answer.

    Start
    Run
    cmd

    is what you were looking for.
     

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