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DISABLE TCP/IP IP AUTOCONFIGURATION - 27.Sep.2001 6:51:00 PM   
Mark H

 

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I have tried to disable the IP auto config
in my win 2K server by typing the parameter

IPAutoconfigurationenable to 0

in the registry. I reboot the server and
the adapter connected to the cable modem still has the "autoconfig" enabled.

Any suggestions?

Thanks
mark

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RE: DISABLE TCP/IP IP AUTOCONFIGURATION - 27.Sep.2001 8:51:00 PM   
Kirill

 

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Make sure you disabled it on the right interface.
You 'probably' have at least 2 interfaces on your ISA server

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RE: DISABLE TCP/IP IP AUTOCONFIGURATION - 28.Sep.2001 12:29:00 AM   
Superken

 

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Hi,

Im looking to do the same thing.

It appears there is 4 entries on my system under the interfaces key. (I have 2 network cards installed, and inside and outside card)

I have no clue how you tell which is the inside and which is the outside network card in the Interfaces key.

Im following the example from the tutorial, and how you match which of these keys is your right outside network card is *unclear*.

In the Tutorial Example, they seem to Match:

this MAC address ...
00-01-03-B3-4E-6C

with this Interface number...
CE22FD5-FC5F-4C6F-A655-C262D2C80D2F

Unclear how these match up I would say, maybe its in octets or something >?

Thanks for any input


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RE: DISABLE TCP/IP IP AUTOCONFIGURATION - 28.Sep.2001 12:17:00 PM   
Mark H

 

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well I went through the tutorial and
it "seemed" to fix the problem.
I went in to the REG and put the IPAUTO...
in all 4 of the listed interface's

It did not semm to do any thing

The settins in the DHCP client section
seem to fix the problem

feel free to email me and
mabe we can work this out togeter.

I too am confused on how to determin which GUID corisponds to which NIC. (2 NIC's in server)


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RE: DISABLE TCP/IP IP AUTOCONFIGURATION - 28.Sep.2001 5:53:00 PM   
Superken

 

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Hi Mark,

What I ended up doing was noting the IP address of the external card (through Ipconfig /all). Then when I was in the registry, I just looked for that IP under the various adapters listed (in my case there were 4 entries - I believe 2 for each card)

From there I added the IPAutoconfigurationenable to 0.

Ill be monitoring again today, during the various restarts of testing.

Ken


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RE: DISABLE TCP/IP IP AUTOCONFIGURATION - 28.Sep.2001 6:31:00 PM   
Superken

 

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Hi Again,

Forgot to add, that an Ipconfig /all now correctly states that on the outside NIC..

Autoconfiguration Enabled......No

/cheers


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RE: DISABLE TCP/IP IP AUTOCONFIGURATION - 29.Sep.2001 5:56:00 AM   
Guest
A little bit for APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing)

To enable/disable APIPA

Parameter: IPAutoconfigurationEnabled
Type: Reg_Dword
Value: 0 or 1

Key: tcpip/parameters for all NICs
Key: tcpip/parameters/interfaces/interface for that NIC

To set a Custom Subnet Mask (default /16 )

Parameter: IPAutoconfigurationMask
Type: Reg_SZ
Value: A valid subnet mask (eg:255.255.255.0)

Key: tcpip/parameters for all NICs
Key: tcpip/parameters/interfaces/interface for that NIC

To set a Custom Subnet (default 196.254.x.y)

Parameter: IPAutoconfigurationSubnet
Type: Reg_SZ
Value: a valid Subnet (eg: 192.168.1.0)

Key: tcpip/parameters for all NICs
Key: tcpip/parameters/interfaces/interface for that NIC

Hugs!

Alejandro Ponicke
MCT,MCSE


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RE: DISABLE TCP/IP IP AUTOCONFIGURATION - 30.Sep.2001 2:19:00 PM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Sapo,

Good info! A key point is that the registry keys are case sensitive.

Thanks!

Tom

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