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7 In the status dialog box, select the Details tab. Note the Client IP Address
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value, as shown in Figure 5-7.
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Figure 5-7. Note the Client IP Address entry, which is 63.157.13.85 in this example. This value might change each time you connect, especially with a dial-up connection.
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8 From a different computer using a different connection to the Internet,
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9 At the command prompt, type ping ipaddress, where ipaddress is the Client
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IP Address value you noted from your status dialog box. For this example, type ping 63.157.13.85. Press Enter.
10 Because ICF is blocking ICMP traffic, the request will time out, as shown
in Figure 5-8.
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Figure 5-8. The ping request times out because ICF is dropping the ICMP packets.
11 Return to the computer that has the ICF-enabled Internet connection, and
open the firewall log (located by default at C:\Windows\Pfirewall.log). You can see in the log that the ICMP traffic was dropped.
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Managing Connectivity Setting Internet Explorer Security Levels Understanding Privacy and Content Settings Setting Additional Internet Explorer Features and Settings Customizing the Internet Explorer Interface Managing Internet Explorer with Local Group Policy 137
Using Internet Explorer Advanced Features
To discover and use all the Internet has to offer you, your computer needs software that can read and display Web content. As in previous versions of Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Internet Explorer is the default Web browser in Microsoft Windows XP. Internet Explorer acts as your point of interface to the Internet or an intranet. Internet Explorer is available from your Start menu and is designed to work with any kind of Internet connection including a simple dial-up connection or a local area network (LAN) connection. As Internet and intranet usage, functions, and features have changed over the past few years, Internet Explorer has also grown and expanded to meet new browsing, security, and multimedia needs. Internet Explorer 6 does more and is more complex than earlier versions. There are a number of new and helpful features in Internet Explorer 6. This chapter explores the advanced features and functions Internet Explorer has to offer you in Windows XP. You ll also learn how to resolve common problems and frustrations. Note that Windows XP Service Pack 1 lets you change your default Web browser from Internet Explorer to another application. In fact, some newly purchased computers that have Windows XP Service Pack 1 preinstalled might not include Internet Explorer at all. For more information, see Appendix A, Windows XP Service Pack 1.
Managing Connectivity
Internet Explorer can access the Internet or a local intranet through virtually any type of network connection including dial-up, broadband, LAN, and even wireless connections. This
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flexibility gives you a number of networking options so that Internet Explorer can meet your connectivity needs. To configure Internet Explorer to work with the existing connection(s) on your computer, use the Connections tab located in the Internet Options dialog box. In Internet Explorer, choose Tools, Options, and click the Connections tab, which is shown in Figure 6-1. On this tab, you can manage dial-up and virtual private network (VPN) settings as well as LAN settings. This section explores the options and features provided on the Connections tab.
Internet Explorer works with the Internet or intranet connections that you have created on your computer in Network Connections. To learn more about creating Internet and intranet connections, see 4, Configuring Internet Connections.
Figure 6-1. The Connections tab provides a single location to configure the Internet connection(s) Internet Explorer should use.
Using Other Web Browsers with Windows XP If Internet Explorer was installed as the default Web browser when you installed Windows XP, you are not required to use it. You can install another browser and use it in addition to Internet Explorer or instead of Internet Explorer. If you don t want to use Internet Explorer, you can remove the Internet Explorer icons and shortcuts by following these steps:
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1 Choose Start, Control Panel, and then open Add Or Remove Programs. 2 Click the Add/Remove Windows Components button. 3 On the Windows Components page of the Windows Components Wizard,
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