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How to do Ip config in Cmd?

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    Default How to do Ip config in Cmd?

    I heard that if my connection is being slow and I can't connect I will be able to fix my connection with CMD. Anyone here who knows how to do it? I just want to try it and see if it works and if it would improve my connection. There are times of the day when my connection is very pathetic. I hope some one can teach me the steps on how to do it. I am not really a techie person but learning how to do this process may improve the quality of my internet speed during times it is struggling.

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    I haven't heard about it, we can't speed up an internet connection using CMD. Ther IP Config Command in CMD only provide details about your internet connection. These detail include IP Address, Mac Address, Subnet Mast, Gateway, Default Gateway, Network ID, etc. These may depend upon the type of connection you are using.

    If your internet connection is slow at sometimes. This issue will be from your ISP not from your side. To contact the person who manages your connection. It will help you solve your problem. If you still want to do something yourself. You can right click on the internet connection icon, from the taskbar and click repair. It will do anything necessary for refreshing your Internet Connection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rizwanramzan View Post
    I haven't heard about it, we can't speed up an internet connection using CMD. Ther IP Config Command in CMD only provide details about your internet connection. These detail include IP Address, Mac Address, Subnet Mast, Gateway, Default Gateway, Network ID, etc. These may depend upon the type of connection you are using.

    If your internet connection is slow at sometimes. This issue will be from your ISP not from your side. To contact the person who manages your connection. It will help you solve your problem. If you still want to do something yourself. You can right click on the internet connection icon, from the taskbar and click repair. It will do anything necessary for refreshing your Internet Connection.
    I do agree with you. The speed of our internet connection will always depend on our internet service providers and if we are using a wireless device, it will depend on the locations and strength of the signal that we can get from it. In a digital subscriber line or DSL connection speed of the internet connection will depend on the plan that you subscribed with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renren View Post
    I do agree with you. The speed of our internet connection will always depend on our internet service providers and if we are using a wireless device, it will depend on the locations and strength of the signal that we can get from it. In a digital subscriber line or DSL connection speed of the internet connection will depend on the plan that you subscribed with.
    Yes! You are also right. I don't know why people try to find ways to increase there internet speed. There are lots of false methods and software available on the internet. They claim to hack internet service providers and provide you more internet speed. All of them are fake and don't do anything. Other than key logging your system and hacking in to it. An ISP is not that much stupid that it will allow you to sue all the speed. He has an automatic configuration using with a person is getting the requested amount of speed. ISP's can easily detect irregular activity from your side and they will block the connection immediately. If you are doing something illegal or trying to hack in to their servers.

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