You can map the IP to the name in your LMHOST file in Windows directory.

Dare

----- Original Message -----
From: <rob@dekko.com>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 12:58 PM
Subject: Re: IP address for Client Access


>
> With any luck it's not in your hosts file on the PC but instead uses
> something called a dns or Domain Name Server.  Any place with more than 3
> clients on their net should have one.  For example from my w2k client I
> click on
> Start, Settings, Network and Dial up connections, Local area connection,
> Properties, Internet Protocol, Properties, and then in the section "Use
the
> following DNS server addresses"
>
>
> Rob Berendt
> --
> "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
> safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
> Benjamin Franklin
>
>
>
>                     "Ritsema, Doug B"
>                     <Doug.Ritsema@wafer       To:     "MIDRANGE-L
(E-mail)" <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
>                     s.com>                    cc:
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>                     midrange-l-admin@mi       Subject:     IP address for
Client Access
>                     drange.com
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>
>                     01/04/2002 12:49 PM
>                     Please respond to
>                     midrange-l
>
>
>
>
>
>
> I getting ready to migrate to a new box.  We would like to keep the
> existing
> IP address of the old box.  In the Client Access workstation profile (*.ws
> file) there is an entry for the HostName.  I am planning on doing a mass
> change of the host names on the PC's but I am looking for the file that
> associates the HostName with an IP address.  Would this be the
> 'c:\windows\host' file?
>
> TIA
> Doug Ritsema
> Holland American Wafer Co
> 3300 Roger B Chaffee
> Grand Rapids, MI  49548
> doug.ritsema@wafers.com
>
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