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Windows 7: Set manual ip address from user input

01 Feb 2017   #1
fantom105

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 
Set manual ip address from user input

Hi all,

Can someone point out where I've gone wrong with this batch file.

I know it has to be run as an administrator to function correctly.

netsh interface ip set address name="Ethernet" source=dhcp
set /p userInputIP= Enter the 4 DIGIT Number [inc decimal point] (example 90.21) ?
netsh interface ip set address name= ”Ethernet” static 1.%userinputip%.1 255.255.255.0 1.%userinputip%.254
netsh interface ip set dns “Local Area Connection” static 1.100.200.1 1.200.300.1
reg add HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters /v "SearchList" /d "servername.net" /f


The basis here is that a 4 digit number is entered by the user eg: 90.21 which goes into the variable 'userinputip', then this is transferred into the ip address so it becomes 1.90.21.1

The funny thing is that if I set the static ip in the program it will work.

If I pause the program after it attempt to input the new ip adress, it does look as if it has worked, yet when I check it with ipconfig it shows that it hasn't, returning the dhcp address.


Perhaps what I want isn't possible, if that's the case then I have a few ideas:

The pc name will have numbers in it, like 9021 which can be resolved into a text file from dos using the command echo %computername% > c:\name.txt

This would return pc9021 providing the pc is named pc9021 into a text file, but how would I import the 9021 and make it 1.90.21.1 ??

Hope this makes sense, and thanks in advance for any help.


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