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    IPconfig equivalent on the 7135?

    Hey all,

    Not sure if I'm just dense but...

    Is there a way to find out what IP address I have when connected wirelessly with my 7135?

    Scott

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    Thanks Matt, I hadn't thought of doing it that way...

    Has anyone found any utilities that let you do some regular IP stuff? Ping, etc? From the palm or 7135?

    Scott

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    PalmToolBox from SeanHayes.com does all that stuff. Too bad PQAs are going bye-bye.

    http://www.seanhayes.com/free-downloads/
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    Thanks very much Kevin.

    I'm sad to see PQAs disappearing too.

    Scott

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    Internal ping, ipconfig

    The easiest way to do this is from the "command line" in the network log panel. Go to the Palm Prefs -> Choose Network (for connecting and disconnecting) -> Pulldown menu Options -> View Log. Also can use the /V shortcut.

    You can now "type" commands into the log window such as ping, nettrace, help, info, finger.

    If you don't like this way, you can use Mergic Ping tool which is a nice utility for doing a quick network ping.

    http://www.mergic.com/vpnDownloads.php

    Good Luck!

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    Re: Internal ping, ipconfig

    Originally posted by SteveM
    The easiest way to do this is from the "command line" in the network log panel. Go to the Palm Prefs -> Choose Network (for connecting and disconnecting) -> Pulldown menu Options -> View Log. Also can use the /V shortcut.

    You can now "type" commands into the log window such as ping, nettrace, help, info, finger.
    SteveM,

    YES!

    This is an awesomely useful tip! Thanks, didn't know you could do this at all!

    Wonder where the definitive list of available commands exists?
    -Chuck

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    Re: Internal ping, ipconfig

    Originally posted by SteveM
    The easiest way to do this is from the "command line" in the network log panel. Go to the Palm Prefs -> Choose Network (for connecting and disconnecting) -> Pulldown menu Options -> View Log. Also can use the /V shortcut.

    You can now "type" commands into the log window such as ping, nettrace, help, info, finger.

    Good Luck!
    That is AWESOME, Steve. Exactly what I was looking for! You are my hero. I never would have thought I could type commands there. It took me a couple seconds to figure out how to enter a command and hit "enter"...

    Scott

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