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WINIPCFGWindows Internet Protocol Configuration (Microsoft utility)
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TIP: If you're using an older version of Windows (such as Windows 98 or 95) you can use the graphical interface tool for ipconfig by clicking on Start > Run and typing winipcfg. You still have to go back to the DOS prompt to ping the access point though.
For Windows 95, use the winipcfg tool and click the Release All and Renew All buttons.
In the menu click on Run and type winipcfg. It will probably tell you that you are connected to the 67.2 IP address, which is persistently slow.