Default Gateway cannot be configured

Discussion in 'Windows Networking' started by Robert A. Williams, Jul 22, 2003.

  1. As usual, windows is not performing as it should. I have
    entered a gateway of 65.88.39.6 in the proper location, but
    when I do an IPCONFIG, it pulls up the default gateway of
    192.168.1.1 Is there a way to make W98 behave as it
    should? MS does not seem to believe this is a problem, but
    I have 3 computers on my network that prove them wrong. I
    would go ahead and upgrade them to Win 2000, but I don't
    have the hour plus that it takes to run the stupid MS
    updates. Hmmmmmm maybe I should use a real operating
    system, like Unix......
    Please respond via e-mail () if you have
    any suggestions.
    Thank you
     
    Robert A. Williams, Jul 22, 2003
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