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I have a Rasberry Pi connected to my Windows 7 LAN port, which gets internet via "Wifi sharing" enabled in my laptop. When ever SSH/VNC access is required for Rasberry Pi, I check the IP assigned to Rasberry Pi from the display and use it (usually in 192.168.137.1 address range).

However, I need a cmdline method to configure and get the client IP details from my Windows 7 labtop. Using netsh or any other mode of tools in Windows 7. Also prefer to set static IP for my Rasberry client (if possible).

Most sites talk about configuring/sharing wifi hotspot over command line. None deals with cmdline option for wifi sharing over ethernet and get client list.

Thanks in advance.

closed as too broad by DavidPostill Jan 10 at 21:20

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  • I have searched through many sites, but most state only windows wifi hotspot via cmdline. None talks about my requirements, hence want to check whether the mentioned request can be done. – Murukz-userm Jan 11 at 3:38