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Configuring Network on 2 Win98 PC





joelb
Arrow SETTING UP WIN NETWORK

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[Make sure the network cards are installed]
[Make sure the network card drivers are installed]
Check
Right click MY COMPUTER > Device Manager > Network Adapters
and see if the network card is installed.
[Make sure the network cable is connected between both the systems]
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1 ) Right click on Network neighborhood
2 ) TCP IP Properties
3 ) Click on your network card properties in the list }TCP/IP -> Ethernet Adapter
4 ) IP 192.168.0.1 on first sys
5 ) SUBNET MASK 255.255.255.0
6 ) GATEWAY PUT THE SAME IP ie 192.168.0.1/ for second system 192.168.0.2
6 ) Identification tab - PUT DETAILS Workgroup , Workgroup Name ie MSHOME shd be same across systems
7 ) Access control - share level user control - preffered
8 ) LOGON METHOD - MICROSOFT FAMILY LOGON - on both systems

Done ... now do on second system
but IP address 192.168.0.2
SUBNET Mask same as above 255.255.255.0
check these >>
1 ) FILE AND PRINTER SHARING
2 ) SHARE FILE OR PRINTER

.... DONE

..RESTART BOTH SYSTEMS

>>>>PROBLEMS FOUND WITH
>FIREWALLS
1 )TRY EXITING FIREWALL/ SETTING Permissions
2 )ANTI-VIRUS WITH FIREWALL SOFTWARE try setting permissions
Read Firewall Help Documents
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donj
Make this a sticky? This is really basic knowledge!
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