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to identify card network and to know IP

Postby muttleychess » Mon Feb 09, 2009 3:54 pm

Hi

I must to identify what is my card network and to know IP


How can I do it ?


Thank you in advance :roll:
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RE: to identify card network and to know IP

Postby maschoen » Mon Feb 09, 2009 4:36 pm

Usually you set the IP yourself unless you have a DHCP server.
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Postby Pilotek » Mon Feb 09, 2009 8:52 pm

Look at /etc/hosts file. There should be your computer's IP address.

If you don't know which network card is inside your computer, try:

show_pci (if your card is PCI, you will see its type in the list)

or try sin (list of running processes) - if there is ethernet "driver" running - something like Net.rtl or Net.tulip or...

or try nettrap start -vvv.

Or you can boot from something (floppy, CD, ...) and run some DOS based PC configuration utility.

If your PC is state-of-the-art model it is small chance that your NIC chipset is QNX4 supported. Then try to buy e.g. Realtek RTL8139D based PCI 10/100 ethernet card - it runs with Net.rtl "driver".

Or take a screwdriver, open your box, locate NIC card/chip and read it's type.
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Postby juanplacco » Mon Feb 09, 2009 10:36 pm

To know the IP you can use "ifconfig" cmd
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