Change IP

How do I change my IP address fast? I am using a Static IP.
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Double click on the computers icon in the right down tray. lan connection-tct/ip and change ip address.
Try  "fast ip changer" software.
suvmitraAuthor Commented:
Problem is my ISP providing me a static is something like I am connected through a LAN.

Fast IP Changer Final overwriting my network configurations...and my network connection got interrupted.

So this is not working for me. Is there any other way....there was a software called IP changer it was good..I can simply right click on it and it changes the country..location..ip etc..but The one I have is not working any more with Vista.

Please suggest.
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You can use a command line command netsh to change this.

netsh interface ip show config
will give you the current configuration.  Make note of the name of the interface in quotes, it's probably "Local Area Connection".  Then use theset command to change the static IP
The following command configures the interface named Local Area Connection with the static IP address, the subnet mask of, and a default gateway of
netsh interface ip set address  name="Local Area Connection" static 1
 Note: This example is pulled from It also has examples on how to save configs and read them back in later quite easily.
suvmitraAuthor Commented:
I guess mine is something different. I am attaching my ip config can you please have a look at it and suggest? Thank you.

Your's looks just fine.  You have three connections, one dynamic wireless, one static hardwired, and the final (logical) loopback.  The static one is the one you'd be changing.  It looks just like mine.

You have a static IP of, subnet mask of, and a default gateway of, so what do you see that's "different"?

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