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« on: September 06, 2004, 12:41:25 AM »

If you are on a house or business LAN, you will need to obtain IP addresses if you are, of your brothers sisters, friends etc, providing they are on the same LAN (same house) as long as your are connected by a lead or wireless transmitter and receiver, it won't send to people over the internet as the firewalls and proxies in between filter them out. (If you have no idea about IP addresses, go to my "How to find out an IP address" post)

(This is a cool lil thing i discovered in dos)
1)Click start menu,
2)Click "run" then, in the box, type "cmd" press enter.

at the prompt type "net send <ipaddress> [Msg]" (without the < > or [] brackets)

For example, what i would type is

net send hello

That line would send the message "hello" to my mates pc, you can really freak people out, or chat if you feel lazy, Have fun!:D

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