Re: CIPE-Win32 DHCP|
Damion Wilson <dkw,AT,rcm,DOT,bm>|
Sun, 15 Apr 2001 18:48:57 +0200|
After you create the adapter, Windows NT's network control panel applet
will prompt you for the IP address of the new adapter. However, when it
shows the dialog, it tends to show you the parameters for the first network
adapter in its list, which will likely not be the CIPE adapter. To select
the CIPE adapter, you have to grab the Adapter: drop down list which shows
you the full list of adapters on the system.
On Sunday, April 15, 2001 at 00:57:19 [ADT] James A. N. Stauffer wrote:
> --- Damion Wilson <dkw,AT,rcm,DOT,bm> wrote:
> > You, know, I haven't tried DHCP. It should work as long as the remote
> > peer is capable of forwarding DHCP requests/replies or answering them
> > (i.e. it's a DHCP server) directly. Normally, I'd expect that one
> > would assign the CIPE adapters static IP values.
> I didn't mean that I needed DHCP. I was referring to the following in
> Windows NT will prompt for additional IP information. The information
> for the new adapter (which will be called CIPE<n>) will be redundant
> and needn't be entered.
> I am not sure how to not enter the TCP/IP information, except for
> DHCP. How do you have it setup?
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