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TCP/IP is installed as the
default network protocol if network
adapter hardware was detected during
Windows 2000 Setup. You only need to
follow these instructions if the TCP/IP
default selection was overridden during
Go to Start
| Settings | Network and
the network connection for which you want
to install and enable TCP/IP, and then
click Properties. The following
window should appear:
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is not in the
list of installed components, then do the
Select Network Protocol dialog box, click
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and
then click OK.
that the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) check
box is selected, and then click OK.
Protocol (TCP/IP) | Properties.
address type in the IP address (which
you have to obtain from the Incharge
Internet faclity in your Department).
IP addrees : 192.168.???.???
(must be different for every computer)
Subnet mask :
the ??? with IP number
allotted to you from your Department .
DNS type in 126.96.36.199
DNS type in 188.8.131.52
To configure advanced settings, click Advanced.
The following screen should appear:
one or more of the following:
configure additional IP addresses:
On the IP
Settings tab, in IP addresses, click Add:
Address and Subnet mask, type an IP
address and subnet mask, and then click Add.
step 1 for each IP address you want to
add, and then click OK.
configure additional default gateways:
On the IP
Settings tab, in Default gateways, click Add: