Usually you can use "bootp" for the ip number on the PC as the number
isn't assigned until a connection is made.  Slip understands the term
"bootp".


In <000001bec74f$faadf1c0$aa9df4d0@walsh>, on 07/05/99 
   at 09:36 PM, "John P. Walsh" <john_walsh@icdc.com> said:



>I am working on configuring a dial-in account.  I am confused about what
>to put in for the ip address for my pc.  As a guide I have been referring
>to Craig Pelkie's document on the setup procedure but am still confused
>on this address issue.

>John P. Walsh

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