How to Configure a Static IP Address on a Run-Time Image
You can change the default networking configuration on a run-time image by adding Netsh (or Net Shell) support to your run-time image. With Netsh, you can configure static or dynamic IP addresses, subnet masks and gateways. The default networking configuration for a run-time image is Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). For more information about Netsh, see this Microsoft Web site.
Use Netsh after a target is built and First boot agent (FBA) is complete.
To track your progress in the following table, select the check box next to each step.
|1. Add the Netsh components to your run-time image.||Adding Netsh Support to a Run-Time Image|
|2. Build and deploy your run-time image.||Building a Run-Time Image in Windows XP Embedded Studio Help|
|3. From a command prompt, use Netsh to configure the network settings on your run-time image.||Configuring a Static IP Address on a Run-Time Image|
Last updated on Wednesday, October 18, 2006
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