>I sure hope someone can help me here.
>I have two machines networked, running Linux 1.2.13 and Win95. I have TCP/IP
>running on both machines but neither of them see each other (100% loss,
>can't telnet to each other). So, something must be wrong with my network
>setup... I can dial out from the Linux machine and establish a PPP
>connection to my ISP. And, ip_masquerade hides my local IP address
>(192.168.1.1) of Linux just fine and dandy. I checked the routing table and
>the ifconfig on Linux box and as far as I know they look ok.
>So, I think the problem is with the Win95.
>(1) I noticed is that sometimes the I can't see the network neighborhood,
>and the autoexec.bat shows c:\windows\net start REMed out by Win95. Why?
>(2) If I unREM it and reboot, It shows the whole network icon and the win95
>machine's host name, but not my linux box. But, for whatever reasons,
>c:\windows\net start gets REMed out after rebooting.
>(3) Setting up TCP/IP on Win95 appears simple on compared to Linux; just
>fill in the network info. But, I can't tell what's going on in the
>background, so I don't know what is causing the problem.
>If anyone out there has been successful networking win95 & Linux together I
>would sure like to here from you! Thanks much in advance!
one computer to another. You obviously didn't install a
unix-compatible network client on your windows-95 computer (such as
PC-NFS). I don't use Unix myself, but I would be surprised if
something like this didn't exist for Win95.