MiNdAr's Simple Network Tool v1.0 Source

Discussion in 'Source Codes & Snippets' started by MiNdAr, April 10, 2007.

  1. MiNdAr

    MiNdAr Guest

    Source For My Simple Network Tool

    Just Copy To Notepad And Save As MiNdAr's Simple Network Tool v1.0.bat

    Coding Language - Batch LOL :p
    Code:
    @Echo Off
    Echo -----------------------------------
    Echo  MiNdAr's Simple Network Tool v1.0
    Echo -----------------------------------
    Echo =============================================================================
    Echo Step 1 [ ipconfig /release ] Release the IP address for the specified adapter.
    Echo Step 2 [ ipconfig /flushdns ] Purges the DNS Resolver cache.
    Echo Step 3 [ ipconfig /renew ] Renew the IP address for the specified adapter.
    Echo =============================================================================
    Pause
    cls
    Echo -----------------------------------
    Echo  MiNdAr's Simple Network Tool v1.0
    Echo -----------------------------------
    Echo Step 1 [ ipconfig /release ] Release the IP address for the specified adapter.
    @Echo On
    ipconfig /release
    @Echo off
    Echo Step 1 Complete
    Pause
    cls
    Echo -----------------------------------
    Echo  MiNdAr's Simple Network Tool v1.0
    Echo -----------------------------------
    Echo Step 2 [ ipconfig /flushdns ] Purges the DNS Resolver cache.
    @Echo On
    ipconfig /flushdns
    @Echo off
    Echo Step 2 Complete
    Pause
    cls
    Echo -----------------------------------
    Echo  MiNdAr's Simple Network Tool v1.0
    Echo -----------------------------------
    Echo Step 3 [ ipconfig /renew ] Renew the IP address for the specified adapter.
    @Echo On
    ipconfig /renew
    @Echo off
    Echo Step 3 Complete
    Pause
    cls
    Echo -----------------------------------
    Echo  MiNdAr's Simple Network Tool v1.0
    Echo -----------------------------------
    Echo Thank Your For Using My Simple Network Tool
    Pause
     
  2. Vasuki?

    Vasuki? It Was Me!!!11!1

    so what does this do exactly?
     
  3. daarty

    daarty RTFM jou musst, mmh!

    Echo Step 1 [ ipconfig /release ] Release the IP address for the specified adapter.
    Echo Step 2 [ ipconfig /flushdns ] Purges the DNS Resolver cache.
    Echo Step 3 [ ipconfig /renew ] Renew the IP address for the specified adapter.
     
  4. Vasuki?

    Vasuki? It Was Me!!!11!1

    yeah that means nothing to me :D
     
  5. MiNdAr

    MiNdAr Guest

    u can use it to renew ya ip depending on if u have a dynamic one or static
     
  6. daarty

    daarty RTFM jou musst, mmh!

    most important part is dns flush ^^

    I'm sitting behind a router, so it's no use to me ...
     
  7. MiNdAr

    MiNdAr Guest

    yea lol i use it all the time heheh
     
  8. CreateAMuck

    CreateAMuck Full Member

    Nice work. Very simple and effective :)
     
  9. aCursYm

    aCursYm Full Member

    That?s all I can say!

    Great work. Thx
     
  10. battledead

    battledead Full Member

    Well... ideally you could do
    ipconfig /release
    ipconfig /flushdns
    ipconfig /renew

    and pretty much have the same effect so...
     
  11. Fantaz

    Fantaz New Member

    This may work until they find your IP again. Fucking hackers!
     
  12. BlankSheet

    BlankSheet Full Member

    Lol, a script containing 3 commands.... You can't call that a tool, plus it's completely useless for hardware router users, which are the most today.
    If you need a tool for renewing IP's for routers, write a programm using UPnP.
     
  13. n00b

    n00b Full Member

    LOL you found this off the crazy coders site, at least give the person who posted it credit. No this isn't completely yours because you just added a few things such as the name and turning it into a batch file.
     

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