Conettix D6680 | Installation Instructions | 3.0 Configuration and Programming
3.4.1 ARP Command Usage
Perform the following procedure when using the ARP
command to assign an IP address to a D6680. The
MAC address shown below is used as an example in
The IP and MAC addresses used in this
example are not the same as the numbers
you are using. This procedure is for
1. Select Start � Run to open an MS-DOS window.
2. At the Run dialog box, type COMMAND and click
A DOS window appears.
3. Type the arp –s command with the IP address and
the MAC hardware address.
For this example the IP address is
126.96.36.199 and the MAC hardware
address is: 00-20-4a-01-b5-3d
If the computer responds with the C:\WINDOWS>
prompt after you enter the ARP command, the
address is accepted. Refer to Figure 10.
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Figure 10: MS-DOS Prompt
There is no indication that the operation is
performed properly. The absence of an
error message is an indication that the ARP
command was successful.
4. Type arp-g and press [ENTER] to verify that the IP
address was entered correctly:
arp -g [ENTER]
Using Telnet to Finish the
If you are using Windows 98SE or Windows ME, refer
to Section 3.5.1 Using Telnet with Windows 98SE or ME
If you are using Windows NT, Windows 2000, or
Windows XP, refer to Section 3.5.2 Using Telnet with
Windows NT, Windows 2000, or Windows XP on page 12.
3.5.1 Using Telnet with Windows 98SE or ME
Although the screen captures are specific
to Windows 95 and 98, they are similar for
Windows 98SE and ME.
When the IP address is verified as correct, use the
Telnet utility to complete the configuration.
1. Select Start � Run to open an MS-DOS window
At the Run dialog box, type COMMAND and click
At the DOS prompt (usually C:\windows), type
telnet and press the [ENTER] key
The Telnet application window appears.
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