What is address resolution protocol?

Answer Address Resolution Protocol, or ARP, is a protocol that maps an Internet Protocol (IP) address to a physical machine address. The physical machine that it is mapped to is recognized in a local netw... Read More »

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What is an internet protocol address?

An Internet protocol (IP) address is the identifying number of machines on the Internet. Each one is unique. People express IP addresses in the form of a dotted decimal number but computers communi... Read More »

How do I change an Internet Protocol address?

Press the "Windows" key and the "R" key on your keyboard simultaneously. This keyboard shortcut displays the "Run" dialog box in all versions of Windows. Type "CMD" into the "Run" text box, then pr... Read More »

How to Configure a Static Internet Protocol (IP) Address on a Computer?

All computers, just like houses, need to have an address on both the local network, and on the internet. Most operating systems come with a service to automatically assign this. But sometimes we wa... Read More »

Emerson Flat Screen TV: Error Message "resolution mismatch change devices resolution" How do I fix this?

Whatever is feeding the TV (cable, dvd, bluray, etc.) needs to be set at the same resolution as the TV. Your TV is maybe 720p and it's being fed 1080p. Change this in the settings of device feeding... Read More »