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OS/2 Warp 3 changing TCP/IP settings

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What's the secret to changing TCP/IP setting for OS/2
Warp 3 ( WINS and DNS IP address ) ?  I tried to change
them but the file won't save.
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Question by:DugenskeP
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Change your '\mptn\etc\resolv2' file,
and your '\tcpip\etc\dos\resolv' file,
if you are using Warp Connect,
to change the IP-addresses for your DNS-servers.
Try 'ATTRIB -R filename',
in case the file has the "read-only"
attribute-bit set.
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by:DugenskeP
ID: 1807384
I haven't had a chance to try this yet, but I will let you
know (and release the points) as soon as I do.
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by:dark_knight
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the file that related to the tcpip configuration file maybe were read-only, tried to attrib -r filename.
U must check or run these file after u make change the tcpip

1. \mptn\bin\setup.cmd
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