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Do you have a flash?
Is there any light from street lamps or are you in the middle of a field?
This isn't something that can really have fixed settings as all situations are not the same in photography. It also depends on the Depth of field you are looking for and how sharp you want the images. So you will need to control the shutter speed.
As a guide if you are doing hand held photography anything slower than 1/30th will be blurred and not very sharp. So start at a base of around 1/100th.
You will want the ISO turned up as high as possible and think about the Noise limitations, for your camera I would not go any higher the ISO 1600.
Then your aperture. If this is the kit lens then your widest aperture is f3.5 so go with that at 17mm. If you go to 55mm, you will be working at 4.6 (from memory) so you will not be letting as much light it.
My advice would be to use a flash unit to fill the scene with light, and stick the camera in aperture priority.
Importantly shoot your images in RAW format, because if you are getting very dark shots at least you will be able to rescue something. With JPEG compression you will lose the pixel data that allows advanced editing.