Steps for Configuring Network Interface card on Windows XP systems:
Go to the status bar of the opening (default) window on your monitor and right click after placing the cursor on the Network (pair of computer monitors) icon, that is visible on the right hand side corner of the monitor. It pops up a option menu.
It looks as shown in the below given image:
Click on the status option of this pop menu. Then it pops up another sub-window as shown below:
Click on the Properties button using the mouse.
Then third window is show as shown below:
Take the cursor to the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) click the mouse on this and then take the cursor to the Properties button and click on this button.
Now the window looks like as shown below:
If this window is showing no IP address and is configured for “Obtain IP address automatically” then contact 4006 or 4094 for getting the IP address, subnet mask and gateway that should be entered.
If the system already has an IP address, then contact 4006 or 4094 for getting the only subnet mask and gateway that should be entered.
After making these two changes, press OK button, to save these changes.
Now check whether your system is able to access Internet or not.
Go to Internet Explorer by clicking on the Internet Explorer icon. Use the tools option available on the menu and click on “Internet Options …”
When following screen appears, click on the “connections” option.
In this screen go to “LAN Settings” option and click on this Tab.
When the following screen opens, enter 172.16.0.1 against Address and 8080 against port and save this. Before saving do not forget to click on the two options available on the proxy settings, as shown in the picture.
If not able to access, repeat the steps 1 to 10 to check whether you have entered the values correctly or not. In case any error is detected, make the necessary corrections and save the changes as detailed in Step 1 and try step 10 once again.
In case of any difficulty please contact CIS team on 4006 and 4094 for assistance.