Why would this happen, IP change
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    Why would this happen, IP change

    nevermind

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    Pertaining to your ipconfig statement:

    If you ran ipconfig, it's going to show you your own Ip Address,Subnet Mask, and Gateway.

    Like this:

    IP address.........................192.0.0.0.1
    Subnet Mask......................255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway.................192.0.0.0.2

    If your seeing those 192.xxx.xxx.x #'s that's just your linksys.

    You can also run ipconfig/all to get more detailed info on that.

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    Sossity, I beleave the command that you wanted which shows connections along with other things is known as:

    netstat -n
    & netstat -a also works but unlike netstat -n it has some more info on your ports.

    Originally posted here by sossity
    nevermind
    Ok im glad we could clear up some confusion for you, man.

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