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    I need the IP of cox.net DNS servers.

    Now that I'm on Cox's network (my ip changed) I'm having problems resolving addresses. I can't even get a tracert to complete. I set up a DNS server on my home lan, and the forwarders are still set to @home's DNS servers.

    How do I figure this out, or can someone tell me the IP address?
    Sliding down the banister of life ..........................

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    If you are using Win 98, or ME you can hit Start, Run, winipcfg, choose your network card that connects to the internet, then choose More info......

    This will open a bigger box that will tell you your DNS servers and other info you may need.

    For Win NT, 2K, XP, Start, Run, cmd [Enter] ipconfig /all The info printed on the screen will be the info that you need.

    Hope this helps.

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    Thanks for the info, I'm behind a firewall. I forgot about telnetting into my Netgear and getting the info. I was just trying to keep from changing cables around and bypassing my router, lazy tonight I guess .

    If anyone needs the IP's they are,
    68.11.16.30
    68.1.208.16

    Default Gateway,
    68.0.56.1

    My complete Domain Name is no.cox.net and I use the east.cox.net mail server.

    If anyone should need this info
    Sliding down the banister of life ..........................

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    Just because that is your default gateway with Cox doesn't mean that it will be the same for everyone - I might be wrong if they only have 254 customers though.

    That Gateway is for your IP range....not for each range that Cox has.
    Last edited by damaged; 01-21-02 at 11:03 PM.

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