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Internet Connection via the Delegate LAN

Please record your original network settings, existing IP address, Gateway address, Subnet mask, etc. before proceeding. You may want to restore your previous network setup at the end of the conference.

WinNT Users
Obtain an IP Address automatically

From a local administrative account, go to 'Control Panel', 'Networks', then 'Protocols'. Select the TCP/IP protocol, then click 'Properties'.

In 'IP Address', choose the option 'Obtain an IP address from a DHCP server'.

In 'DNS', type your TIES username in the 'Host name' field and leave 'Domain' blank.

In 'WINS Address', choose 'Enable DNS for Windows resolution'.

Optional:

Remove any DNS Search Order and WINS Servers entries. You may need to release your old DHCP available IP address.

To do this, go to the DOS box, and type IPCONFIG /RELEASE then press <ENTER>.
Again at the DOS prompt , type IPCONFIG /RENEW then press <ENTER>.


Windows 9.x Users

Obtain an IP Address automatically

Go to 'Control Panel' and double-click on 'Networks'. In 'Networks', click on the network component 'TCP/IP'.

In 'IP Address', choose 'Obtain an IP address automatically'.

In 'DNS', type your TIES username in the 'Host name' field and 'itu.int' in the 'Domain' field.

In 'WINS Address', choose 'Use DHCP for WINS Resolution'.

Optional:

Remove any DNS Search Order and WINS Server entries. You may need to release your old DHCP available IP address.

With Windows 98, go to the DOS box, and type IPCONFIG /RELEASE_ALL then press <ENTER>.
Again at the DOS prompt , type IPCONFIG /RENEW_ALL then press <ENTER>.

Another way to do this in Windows 9x, click on the 'Start' button, then choose 'Run'. In the field 'Open', type WINIPCFG. Click 'Ok'.

To release your old DHCP available IP address, click on the button RELEASE. Then click on RENEW to get a new IP address from the DHCP server.



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Updated : 2008-12-09