I have been trying for some weeks now to establish a 'Network
Neighbourhood" connection from a remote Windows NT4.0 workstation into
my network at home. The network's server successfully runs Samba and
ipppd allowing its local Windows 98 machines Network Neighbourhood to
see each other and the server, to share printers, and to access the
internet through the server's ISDN card (ipppd, ipchains etc).
When I dial-in from the remote NT machine all the connection routines
work fine, connection is established, IP addresses are sorted out and I
can ping from the remote machine to all the machines on the network,
but..., no Network Neighbourhood and its asssociated drive shares etc.
Has anyone done this using this configuration ? Can you help me?
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