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« on: May 06, 2005, 10:25:31 PM »

Windows Xp both computers
cable modem crossover cable,ethernet cards two host one on clients.Internet working on both fine my query is when i type in ipconfig/all on the clients computer the windows ip configuration says emilyscomputer thats the client is the Host surely that cant be correct,and also if i attempt to manually configure the client with the correct ip address eg subnet mask gateway it dosent connect even though i can ping the Host and vice versa.I did originally before my computer was upgraded have it working with static addresses, i am not that clever with computers so please bear with me.Any ideas please.


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« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2005, 02:45:55 PM »

Hello Martin .. Smiley

On both machines .. Grin

Client for Microsoft networks is installed & is primary logon

TCP/IP is installed (best if its only protocol installed)

same workgroup (eg:HOME)

file (and printer if required) sharing installed, and at least one resource (drive/folder/printer)

Unique computer name (you have done this)

Unique IP address in the same range as other machine (there are 3 private ranges
- commonly use 192.168.x.x - so for example use and with
a subnet of

When you logon, make sure you get a network logon (not just a windows one) - and
do supply logon details - don't escape or cancel out of logon.


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