I want to know if the IP settings for my Service Provider can be done in the registry itself as I want to automatise the Settings, by making a .reg file.
Is there any method of automatizing the IP settings, like DNS Server properties, addresses....
Please help... urgent
not that i know of, but try looking in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/MICROSOFT/WINDOWS_NT/CURRENTVERSION
if theyre anywhere, its in there.
OK... how to do the batch file DNS settings.... can u type out the batch file here...
what exactly do u want to do?
once the settings are entered for your connection they stay that way...
why do u want the reg file (if indeed u CAN make a reg file for that in the first place)?
I think IP address are probably assigned by the ISP, unless you are on your own network, which will start with a 10.sth or 169. sth...
its one of those constants in the universe but u might be able to by messing with some serious back coding of windows and an isp server to reroute your ip which is more like an ip back door hack which would probably get you in a lot of shit because this would mean u could block others ips such as military and governmental and they would come to your house and magnetize your harddrives and not allow u to even touch a computer
but really why do u need to change ur ip? i mean are u the online hugh hefner and pimped the wrong girl or did you hacks something and left a stupid signiture behind and now ur in deep s***?
I have no idea what you guys are talking about...All I know is that you guys are talking about changing your IP...I think you can't but I may be wrong cos I'm a noob at these kinds of stuff...
I think i'ts not possible.
When the connection is up, you can make any change to the registry settings but they'll take effect next time you reboot the computer.
Maybe the right question is: It's possible to reload the registry settings without rebooting?
If you want to change ip of you network card, it is possible, but new ip will be active after disabling and enabling device (network card), if you're intested i can send you sources of my java program to change mac addres of network cards (it's change it in registry and use microsoft free tool to disable and enable device).
ps. Sorry for my english :/
isn't the IP Address assigned by the Internet provider and not the computer itself. Unless you tell the internet options to not obtain an ip automatically and you can assign one that way.