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W2K's ipconfig /flushdns equal in '98

By iiajason ·
Is there an equal command in Windows'98 that is the same as Windows2000 ipconfig /flushdns command? I need to dump any cached dns entries that may be hanging around some '98 boxes I have here.

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W2K's ipconfig /flushdns equal in '98

by iiajason In reply to W2K's ipconfig /flushdns ...

Yeah you da man ...

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by cmichels In reply to W2K's ipconfig /flushdns ...

If you mean clearing the route table try 'route -f' at the command prompt.

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by iiajason In reply to W2K's ipconfig /flushdns ...

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by zbopz In reply to W2K's ipconfig /flushdns ...

run regedit and go to HKEY_Local_Machine> System> Current Control Set> Services> VxD> MSTCP and delete the values or modify from there. Just to make sure, do a regestry search for NameServer.

Good Luck

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