Marsden11, on Jul 27 2006, 12:17 AM, said:
I tried one command at a time.C:\>netshnetsh>int ipinterface ip>resetThe following commands are available:Commands in this context:reset all - Resets configuration.interface ip>reset allThe following command was not found: reset all.interface ip>?The following commands are available:Global commands:.. - Goes up one context level.abort - Discards changes made while in offline mode.add - Adds a configuration entry to a list of entries.alias - Adds an alias.bye - Exits the program.commit - Commits changes made while in offline mode.delete - Deletes a configuration entry from a list of entries.exit - Exits the program.interface - Changes to the `interface' context.offline - Sets the current mode to offline.online - Sets the current mode to online.popd - Pops a context from the stack.pushd - Pushes current context on stack.quit - Exits the program.ras - Changes to the `ras' context.routing - Changes to the `routing' context.set - Updates configuration settings.show - Displays information.unalias - Deletes an alias.Commands in this context:? - Displays help.add - Adds a configuration entry to a table.delete - Deletes a configuration entry from a table.dump - Dumps a configuration script.help - Displays help.set - Sets configuration information.show - Displays information.To view help for a command, type the command, followed by a space, and then type ?.Would it not be easier to right click on the network tray icon and select Disable. Then hit Start> Network Connections> find your connection and select Enable? I have used this method to reset the IP connection when it seems to hang.
A lot of verbiage but none of it answered the question. WHY isn't "reset all" available?And disabling and enabling the connection didn't help. Un-installing TCP/IP, rebooting and then re-installing it for the connection was the only solution I found.
Edited by lewmur, 27 July 2006 - 12:40 PM.