I am connecting to another computer say "User2" in y network. Its original IP address is say 18.104.22.168
Then, I changed User2 IP address to say 22.214.171.124, any other IP address.
When I type: ping User2 (in command promt)
it is still ping to 126.96.36.199
it is taking quite a while before it refresh to the new IP address.
Is there a way that I can refresh the hostname that is associating to that IP-address in my computer?
Is there any command that I can use to view all the computers that are connected to the network with their latest IP-adress?
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