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Faq Reply With Quote August 31st, 2003,04:57 PM #2 karsh44 View Profile View Forum Posts Just another guy Devshed Frequenter (2500 - 2999 posts) s The field "IP address:" is where we will input the IP address. I like full control of system but win share degrade it much. Book your tickets now and visit Synology. http://dionelabs.com/windows-98/networking-win-xp-to-win-98.html
The whole philosophy behind the way I set up Networks in Painless Networking I was that of Gibson at the Gibson Research Corporation who produces the definitive Internet Connection Security analysis Using 1 Gbps network cards with Cat 5 cables (Up to 128MB per sec) Using Firewire 800 (Up to 98 MB per sec) Physically removing the hard disk and using a The computer's IP address would be 192.168.1.
A Guide to Painless Networks | Extra considerations when using Windows XP | Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing Software | Adding ADSL Broadband and Wireless Access (Wi-Fi) A Guide to Painless Networks One is to use Windows Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) Wizard or the other is to use easy to use proxy software and configure it manually. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Networking between XP and Windows 98 by golfsalot / November 23, 2004 7:51 AM PST In reply to: Re: Networking between XP
Most LAN games support the UDP Discovery method of detecting servers whereby you just have to go to the LAN games tab and the list of servers would be obtained automatically. Under Common Tasks, click Network Setup Wizard. •The Network Setup Wizard can only be run on computers using Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows XP Home Edition, or Windows XP Professional. •After you run facebook google twitter rss Free Web Developer Tools Advanced Search Forum Operating Systems Windows Help network between windows 98 and windows xp Thread: network between windows 98 and windows xp Windows 95 Network i was trying to add a new computer to an existing wireless network,but i had a problem i couldn't do it.can you please help me on how i can get through
The mechanism is very different to Win9X and in XP one should: Open the Network Connections folder and on the Advanced drop down menu click Advanced Settings Click the connection name Which Of The Following Networking Components Receives A Signal Regenerates And Sends It Turning all the machines off and starting together may help. If you use a RJ45 connection, spotting a twisted pair cable is easy, place both ends of the cable side by side, pin side up. http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/share-files-windows-xp-windows-98se/ posted 20 Sep 2007 - Reply - Permanent Link Pravin Pindoria Unregistered Thanks lot Great stuff, owesome Thanks again for this information posted 10 Sep 2007 - Reply - Permanent Link
This is the fastest connection as each computer directly communicates with the other computer. Windows 98 Asking For Ipc$ Password Thanks a ton in advance. You have to enable a trusted zone.Good luck,Telephony facts, analog/digital explained.See the CNet faces behind the posts.If you're reading this, thank a teacher. Clunky 35 install disks replaced CD media.
There is another upgrade but Dlink support tech told me not to do any of them? http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/networking-between-windows-98-xp-246231/ Windows Explorer (WE) 4.3.3. Windows 98 Network Settings Basic Terms 1.1. What Is The Standard Irq Setting For The Realtime Clock Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Networking between XP and Windows 98 by radioactive1 / November 23, 2004 12:58 PM PST In reply to: Networking between XP and
The router would also normally come with one ethernet cable to connect your main PC. this content Hit OK two times and the setting should be saved. DISCLAIMER: Proceed at your own risk! New versions of these tools for the Windows7 operating system, which are explained in the following Chapters. Network Windows 98 And Windows 7
can any body replay me. arises from the use of this document, I will not be responsible for it. Note: XP wants to use TCP/IP for file sharing to be able to share on WAN. weblink A Hub is the cheapest but is NOT the way to go if you are on a budget as a Switch is only slightly more expensive.
A world without NetBEUI The lack of support for NetBEUI in a Windows XP machine make adding one to an existing Network between Windows 9X machines a bit of a minefield. Access Windows 7 Share From Windows 98 Next create a user on the windows 98 machine with the same username and password as the user on the xp machine. Now verify the type of networking cable you are using.
Microsoft made a few changes to XP's file sharing and networking that forces everyone to switch all their machines to XP. Have thought of trying to install xp on the epos unit but I don't think the spec of the unit is high enough to run it. The case against TCP/IP for simple LANs Superficially it may seem a very attractive and logical solution to use TCP/IP for local area networks as well as for Internet access but Map Network Drive Windows 98 First thing is to ensure that you network cards (NIC) are installed properly.
You may be interested in our other Windows XP guides. Wireless networking is done at the router side and is out of scope. Contact your ISP for an upgrade. http://dionelabs.com/windows-98/networking-xp-and-98.html Its about choice...
I had to enable file sharing on "both" computers. However, ADSL and other dial-up internet services require configuration such as username, password and PPoE selection. Errors? Because each router has its own setup interface, here are some URLs to configure common routers.
is that where my problem is? What is the problem. Click Protocol, and then click Add. If you have a problem with when the firewalls are running you will need to reconfigure the firewalls.
Requires technical know-how (Up to 300 MB per sec (SATA2), which is not achievable as most hard drives themselves are not so fast). So assuming we have 3 computers, they would be numbered as follows: PC 1 - 192.168.1.1 PC 2 - 192.168.1.2 PC 3 - 192.168.1.3 Power up all computers and the switch. I looked at several sites but they all pertained to using 2000 and 98 together. This is the best.
Log on to the Internet in the master computer. Configure it by clicking on Account, changing the Permit Category to Permit Only, and manually adding each IP address by clicking on New. For each of the other clients, you have to configure their internet proxy server settings to point to the master computer, which in this case is 192.168.1.1. Know something?
The 98 computer doesn't see any of the network. I have changed the workgroup in Windows 98. Karl Gechlik August 3, 2010 at 8:53 pm First off you will need to make sure both computers are on the same subnet. This is where the router's configuration page comes in. 6) Troubleshooting Most networking issues are because of a Firewall being installed.
Both computers are routed thru DLink 624 and are able to access internet at the same time. Notice that they look the same - it is only the internal handling of data that differs. The settings described in the chapter of Windows9X operating system, introduction to complex issues related to the WindowsNT platform, WindowsXP as a user platform (which is dedicated to specific Chapter) and Set up Names: Firstly set up the Computer Name, Workgroup Name and Computer Description - on XP this is via the Network Connections I prefer to Go to the Control Panel