Files rename using batch file in MS-DOS

I would like to rename a large number of files as following:

01_001_Map.DAT
01_001_Map.TAB
01_001_Map.MAP
01_002_Map.DAT
01_002_Map.TAB
01_002_Map.MAP

to

01_001_DOT.DAT
01_001_DOT.TAB
01_001_DOT.MAP
01_002_DOT.DAT
01_002_DOT.TAB
01_002_DOT.MAP


How can I rename this files name using bactch file?
Thank you,
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glenn_1984Commented:
Put in batch file or enter on command line.
Make a backup first.

rename ???????MAP.*  ???????DOT.*
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tuantdm5Commented:
rename ??????_Map.??? ??????_DOT.???
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VeljeanAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much!1
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Bill PrewCommented:
ren *_MAP.* *_DOT.*

~bp
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glenn_1984Commented:
Veljean:

either one works .* or .??? give the same end results
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