Please bear with me I am new to this and will try and state my questions
as clearly as possible.
We are developing Windows software using Visual Studio and remote
debugging on Win95 and Win98 machines. Remote debugging only works
using TCP/IP networking. We just got DSL and 5 static IPs from a local
ISP. Our main development machines use the 5 static IPs so that we have
The debugging machines need IPs also. Prior to getting DSL we just used
local IPs for all of the machines and everything was fine. With the DSL
and the machines with static IPs we can no longer attach to the
debugging machines. I suspect it is because of the netmask have to use
with our router.
Is there a way to have our main development machines use our static IPs
and have the remote debugging machines use local IPs that do not get
routed to the net? The remote debbuging machines do not need internet
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