Networking

Last Updated on 7 July 2011, Total: 18 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. Changing the Default IP Address of ICS in Vista

    Change the Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) IP if 192.168.0.1 is already in use... Read More

  2. Changing the Remote Desktop Port

    Changing the listening and connecting port for Windows Remote Desktop Connection... Read More

  3. Disabling IPv6 in Windows Vista

    To save resources, you might want to completely disable the "new" IP protocol... Read More

  4. Enable Network Map for Public or Domain Networks

    Make the network map appear when on a public or domain network... Read More

  5. Fix 'Multiple Networks' and the Internet in Windows Vista

    How to get the Internet back when it says 'Muliple Networks'... Read More

  6. Getting XP Computers to Appear on Network Map

    Installing LLTD protocol on XP, so PC will appear on Vista's Network Map... Read More

  7. Identifying IPv6 Link Local Addresses

    How to identify IPv6 Link Local Addresses... Read More

  8. Identifying the IPv6 Loopback Address

    How to identify the IPv6 Loopback Address... Read More

  9. Import and Export Wired Authentication Settings with Netsh

    Backup or transfer the 802.1X client settings in Windows Vista or 7... Read More

  10. Manually Deleting a Network Bridge

    Getting around the error message when deleting in the Network Connections window... Read More

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