Windows Batch File To Set Static IP Address Even if NIC is Renamed

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Windows Batch File To Set Static IP Address Even if NIC is Renamed

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Added by March 23, 2016

My blog today is not specific to Cisco technologies, but it is something that I found useful in my Cisco classes. I needed a script that would set a static IP address on the network adapter, set a DNS server, and function even if the student had renamed the NIC. Here is the solution that worked for me.

 

Feel free to mod this script to meet your specific needs.

If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to post them….

Until next time.

Mark Jacob
Cisco and CompTIA Network + Instructor – Interface Technical Training
Phoenix, AZ

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