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SimpleIPChanger

Simple batch file to change your IP. Supports both Static & DHCP IP

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Tired of switching constantly between static & DHCP IPs, between office and home? Look no further. This very simple to use script will work flawlessly.

Just set the paramters once & relax. There are many other such files with fancy GUI and configuration, but they don't work on my machines, esp. Windows 8 & I don't trust executables.

Run this simple script, with peace of mind. WYSIWG

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users

User Interface

Command-line

Registered

2013-08-23

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