ip address perrfferd

i just installed windows server 2012 R2  to test it

and i added DNS role and AD DS role

but i noticed one thing once i issue command  ipconfig /all

i get this output (( please check the attached file

i checked online i found this solution but dos not work  

tart | All Programs | Acessories

Right-clicking on the Comand Prompt | Run as Administrator

Type:
netsh int ip reset c:\resetip.txt
netsh winsock reset c:\winsock.txt
exit
reboot


thanks
sword
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Guy LidbetterCommented:
Hi Sword,

I'm not sure what your question is and why you are trying to reset TCP/IP manually.

That output for ipconfig /all is normal and expected. What that is saying is the IP address is the primary IP address the server will use for routing traffic.

You only have one IP address, so what is the problem you are experiencing?

Regards

Guy
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Kash2nd Line EngineerCommented:
You can have more than one IP addresses on each network, depending on the number of network cards in your computer. The preferred one is the IP address the computer is going to use by default on each network.

have a look at here >>> http://my.safaribooksonline.com/0596001258/ipv6ess-CHP-4-SECT-7
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sword12Author Commented:
Hi just my point this word preferred near the ip address normal or not ?
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Guy LidbetterCommented:
It's normal. As I mentioned it just tells you which your preferred up for outbound traffic is.

If you create a persistent route and don't specify an interface it will default to that port.

So completely normal.
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