2. Your options would be to statically assign IP addresses on each
machine or you can use NetBEUI
3. If you set the addresses yourself try 192.168.0.1 on the ME and
192.168.0.2 of the NT and set the subnet mask on both machines to
4. If you set the addresses yourself on the laptop and at work there
is a DHCP server you will not be able to get on that network unless
you setup a Hardware Profile.
I hope that this helps and have fun :-)
If you go to the "Administrator Tools (Common)" in the start menu, you
should be able to set a scope (starting ip and ending ip" and set the
machine to obtain an ip address from that.
E-mail me if you need more info.
I Desperately need to set up a network between a Dos 386sx 2MB PC and a
Windows 3.1 486 DX2 8MB PC.
Either peer to peer or server to client, with the Dos PC being the server.
Both machines have 3Com Ethernet cards and software installed. but I don`t
know what else I need.
I`ve been offered WFWG 3.11 but I doubt that this will be enough on it`s
own as I would think that the Dos machine would need either be set up as a
peer or a server.
If I can`t have a proper network then I`ll settle for file access please.
Is what I`m trying to do possible or do I need two WFWG 3.11 PC`s to do
any suggestions will be gratefully acknowledged.