|Yes, I can get the IP address of the server by going to the CMD prompt and run IPCONFIG /ALL. |
I have a SMC8014W-G "Broadband Wireless Gateway" that Time Warner Provided. It is listed at 4 port cable modem.
Current setup is:
IP Address 192.168.0.5
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Defalt Gatway 192.168.0.1
Doman name is abc.local, where abc is the domain. The new Server 2008 domain will be def.local, where def is the new domain name.
I am thinking that I will be able to use this same configuration numbers on the new server because it has a different Domain Name. Is this correct?
Honestly, I don't see how the server actually finds the router, since there is no where to actually put the ip address of the router (public address) in the setup. Or is there?
I also noticed that IPCONFIG shows:
IP Routing enabled.....NO.
Does this setting need attention?