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When you are using static IP addressing on a computer, you might need to configure additional TCP/IP settings using the Advanced TCP/IP Settings dialog box. As Figure 24-10 shows, this dialog box lets you customize four key areas of a computer s TCP/IP configuration:
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Figure 24-10. Customize the TCP/IP configuration using advanced options.
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Allows you to optimize the DNS configuration as well as to add and prioritize the order of DNS servers Allows you to optimize the WINS configuration as well as to add and prioritize the order of WINS servers Allows you to configure advanced options, such as TCP/IP filtering
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Configuring Advanced IP Settings
Using advanced IP settings, you can configure a single network interface on a computer to use multiple IP addresses and multiple gateways. This allows a computer to appear to be several computers and to access multiple logical subnets to route information or to provide internetworking services. In the example shown in Figure 24-10, the computer has the IP address 192.165.1.52 to communicate on the 192.165.1/24 subnet and the IP address 192.168.1.50 to communicate on the 192.168.1/24 subnet. To get to these subnets, the computer must know the gateways to use, which is why one default gateway for each subnet is configured. You can configure advanced IP settings by completing the following steps:
1 In Control Panel, access Network Connections, and then select or double-click the connection you want to work with. A connection called Local Area Connection is created automatically when you install a computer. 2 In the Status dialog box, click Properties. This displays the Properties dialog box. 3 Open the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box by double-clicking Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). 4 Display the dialog box shown previously in Figure 24-10 by clicking Advanced. 5 To add an IP address, click Add in the IP Addresses area to display the TCP/IP Address dialog box. After you type the IP address in the IP Address field and the subnet mask in the Subnet Mask field, click Add to return to the Advanced TCP/IP Settings dialog box. Repeat this step for each IP address you want to add. 6 To add a default gateway, click Add in the Default Gateways area to display the TCP/IP Gateway Address dialog box. Type the gateway address in the Gateway field. By default, Windows Server 2003 automatically assigns a metric to the gateway, which determines in which order the gateway is used. To assign the metric manually, clear the Automatic Metric option, and then enter a metric in the field provided. Click Add, and then repeat this step for each gateway you want to add. 7 When you are finished, click OK to apply the changes.
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Configuring Advanced DNS Settings
The standard DNS settings are designed to work in network environments where there is a primary and an alternate DNS server and these DNS servers are running Microsoft DNS in a standard configuration. If you want to specify additional DNS servers or your network uses custom DNS settings, you might need to configure advanced DNS settings. You can configure advanced DNS settings by completing the following steps:
1 In Control Panel, access Network Connections, and then select or double-click the connection you want to work with. A connection called Local Area Connection is created automatically when you install a computer. 2 In the Status dialog box, click Properties. This displays the Properties dialog box. 3 Open the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box by double-clicking Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). 4 Click Advanced to display the Advanced TCP/IP Settings dialog box, and then select the DNS tab, as shown in Figure 24-11.
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Figure 24-11. Configure advanced DNS options.
5 To add a DNS server address, click Add in the DNS Server Addresses area to display the TCP/IP DNS Server dialog box. After you type the DNS server address in the IP Address field, click Add to return to the Advanced TCP/IP Settings dialog box. Repeat this step for each DNS server address you want to add.
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