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From: Ricardo De La Vega
email: r_delavegan@infosel.net.mx
Date: 17 Jan 2000
Time: 12:50:41
Remote Name: 206.189.24.6

Comments

I have two computers, two network cards and a crossover cable.

I am using IPX and TCP/IP, they both work great.

Problem:

Computer 1 sees computer 2 Computer 2 DOESN'T SEE computer 1..but...

When I play a game under TCP or IPX it works just fine, the game recognizes computer 2 without problem and connects.

The funny thing is that computer 1 asks me for a password everytime it boots up, and connects to the mapped drives in computer 2. Computer 2 does NOT ask me for a password and shows nothing in the network neighborhood.

Computer 1 shows both computers in the Network Neightborhood.

My TCP/IP configuration for computer 1: IP: 192.168.0.1 Mask: 255.255.255.0

Computer 2: IP: 192.168.0.2 Mask: 255.255.255.0

IPX configuration for both machines: Frame Type: 802.3 Max Connections: 16 Max Sockets: 32 Network Address :0

BOTH computers are running the very same version of Win98 Second Edition.

If you can solve this problem, I will invite you to Can-Cun.

Thanks!!!

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