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I am in the process of creating an unattended setup script and would like to know what I should specify under the TCParamSection in order to set an IP address and a subnet mask.
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Question by:TheToad
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If you are using DHCP then all you need is:
DHCP = yes
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by:Koen
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If your are not using DHCP it could/should look like this

[TCParamSection]
DHCP = no
IPAddress = 255.255.255.255 ip address of the PC
Subnet = 255.255.252.0
Gateway = 255.255.255.255                    ip address of the gateway(router)
DNSServer = 255.255.255.255                 ip address of the dns server
WINSPrimary = 255.255.255.255             ip address of the primary wins
WINSSecondary = 255.255.255.255         ip address of the secondary wins
DNSName = dns.domain.name                your dns domain name

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by:whiteg
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It would be a good idea to use a udf.txt file if you need to have a unique static ip address for multiple machines ....
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