In all client computers, the Internet should now be working. 5) Sharing one Internet connection with the other computers (WITH router) For folks using the router, the Internet Gateway is in Advertisement rockbill823 Thread Starter Joined: Feb 18, 2003 Messages: 5 I have two computers running 98SE on a network. Check for Norton Internet Security AV/Firewall, BlackIce, ZoneAlarm, PC-cillin (yes, some AV products have built-in firewall), VPN client (Raptor Mobile, Cisco VPN), et al. ------------- Next, check your XP networking setup: arises from the use of this document, I will not be responsible for it. http://comvurgent.com/xp/xp-merge-doc-problems.html
Note: workgroup, not domain. Once the server is up and running, go to the other computer. Specifically, once I connect to a share from a win 9x machine to a win xp machine, or for that matter from a win xp machine to a win xp machine, To configure the IP address for each individual computer: Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Network Connections (double-click it) Look for Local Area Connection If the status is
WTF man that is weird.. Click Protocol, and then click Add. Go onto each machine and try to ping its own IP address and then its partner's IP.
It set to 1 by default. The logon screen never appeared and I couldn’t access the DC over the network. This may be set to (default) Guest only - local users authenticate as Guest. On the General tab, click Install.
It seemed to work fine as the little aterisk that was in Device Maneger went away. This fix was necessary for all the Win98 users who had a user account on the XP computer. It just keeps getting better with each OS release. Recent PostsContaining the cloud: Getting started with Windows containersQuantum computing will doom us.
Notify me of new posts by email. XP has a whole new setup and must be adjusted to be backward compatible. -------------------- Differences between Windows Go to Solution 6 5 3 +1 4 Participants bill010800(6 comments) stevenlewis(5 comments) Everything was explained in much detail. Log on to the Internet in the master computer.
I had tried networking with Windows wizard in the past without any success, and your instrucctions worked like magic. I reloaded the system—same problem. Set to Obtain IP automatically. Your suggestion "I reentered the Win98 user's nonexpiring password in the Win98 user's account on the XP computer" is not feasible in my own scenario since the all the clients using
That was the only drive I updated I was hoping I could access the net after that. 0 LVL 41 Overall: Level 41 Networking 20 Networking Protocols 7 Software Firewalls only local host.. Click on (highlight) "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)", and then click "Properties" button Click the General tab, and then click "Advanced" button , bottom right. navigate here Log In or Register to post comments Sven (not verified) on May 27, 2004 I have a slight variation on this theme and hope you can help!!!
Highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) by clicking it once, and click on Properties. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Concepts and definitions will form the solid foundation of your future DBA expertise.
Good luck. Jun 20, 2003 #9 vorlonbob TS Rookie Topic Starter I was certain that it wasn't a hardware problem, as the network worked fine before, but now i have another network card Steve. I can not ping the router ___________________________________________ What I have tried Changed the router to assign Dynamic IP's starting from 192.168.100.120 Changed WIN 98 machine specifing IP to
From Internet Explorer go to Tools, Options, Connections. Thanks. I recently upgraded to XP on one of the pc's and now i can't get them to recognise each other. his comment is here Please let me know if any one had already tried this.
I've tried the 'create a small network' option in XP, using my XP disc on the other to create the network, to no avail. what i did was i make the other OS windows 98.. This is where the router's configuration page comes in. 6) Troubleshooting Most networking issues are because of a Firewall being installed. Although stopping and restarting the service might work in Win2K, doing so didn't correct the problem of Win9x PCs connecting to XP shares.
Under Advanced Settings, click Show hidden files and folders under the Hidden files and folders Folder.