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Quickest way to add IP range to windows server 2003 locally or remotely

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Looking for fastest way to add ip range to windows server 2003 either locally or remotely (rdp). We need to add 150 IP address (in a range), don't want to add each manually. Solution can be a command line option or even a free script/program that will accomplish it.
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Question by:surfsideinternet
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by:KCTS
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I don't understand - why can't you just RDP into the DHCP console and add the range ?
You can use Netsh http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc787375(WS.10).aspx - by I don't see why you have to in this situation
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by:surfsideinternet
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It is not DHCP, these are static IP address for the network card on the server
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by:KCTS
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What ?
You want to asign 150 IP addresses to a single noetwork card ?

What on earth are you trying to do ?
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by:surfsideinternet
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KCTS,

How does that answer the question? Other then manually creating a batch script using netsh, what is the fastest way to add a range of IPs to a network card.
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The fastest way I found is to simply create a batch script using excel  (with string cat and excels auto numbering) to create the appropriate netsh lines. netsh set address .....
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