Names-to-addresses are resolved correctly by DNS.
But, when I type
I was told "pinging webserver.flclerks.com [192.168.193.1]", which is
wrong. When I type
the system will tell me "pinging faccnet.flclerks.com [192.168.193.1]",
which is correct.
This situation killed the proxy server I designed the NT4.0 to be. In place
of the net 192.168.193.0, an illegal net address was intended to be used,
taking advantage of the proxy. The wrong name-address mapping will offend
the ISP supplied router before the proxy could be set up.
Oh, help me!