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By troitsky ·
I don't assign these addresses manually - however they appear in winipcfg utility on 98 client. (DNS - 3 addresses are right)I don't know any other transport for finding these data. Connection is over TCP/IP.

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Your question is not telling all but, some routers act as DHCP or perhaps you have DHCP on your server. Internet suppliers will auto set DNS. Stations will use last addressed submitted. A more detailed story would help.

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by Tony Hogan In reply to To: Tony Hogan - If RAS g ...

They are provided from server [if DUN is setup to get values from server].

WINS,DNS Values:
It gets the values configured on the SERVER and passes them through to the client. This really doesn't have to do with the RAS setup - what I mean by this is the following:
local nic on server has dns settings - these settings are passed through to the RAS client. Why? RAS is in its simplest form routing so the remote machine routes to the server and then the server routes the request.

Subnet Mask
The subnet mask corresponds to the standard mask associated with the standard class type of the given IP address. [ie Class C - passes 255.255.255.0]

you can email me at hogan@think-usa.com directly if needed.

-tony

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