Reset TCP/IP networking stack in Windows 7 and Vista

by kartook on February 1, 2010

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Sometimesour   DHCP service is not able to pull an IP addresse from DHCP server , that means the network stack on Windows.If need   to reset the stack on windows . open command prompt with administrator privilege (click on Start -> type in “cmd” -> right click on the command prompt and choose “Run as Administrator”) and type these command:

netsh int ip reset C:netsh.log.txt
netsh winsock reset

Now   all your network configuration is reset.

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