network within a network
I am a college student living in a duplex. Our whole duplex has one
internet connection. I have a laptop with a wireless card and a
ethernet card. I use the wireless card to access the internet. I also
have a desktop with only a ethernet card that i am trying to connect to
my laptop. Im trying to make my own network to share the internet
connection with my desktop. My problem arises when i try to make my
laptop the host to my network, i think it tries to take the 192.168.0.1
ip address which is already taken by the router ( in other apartment).
so i get ip address conflictions. A...Networking Questions I have for multiple OS Networking
I have some questions that I am hoping someone can help me with. I
have plans to network 7 PC's together with different OS as follows.
Windows XP Prof
Windows XP Home
Windows 98 SE
Linux Red Hat 8.0
My 7 computers have their OS installed as well as 10/100mbps NICs,
which will all connect to my 10/100 Switch.
(1.) Does anyone know of any incompatibilities I will have or
problems that I can avoid when setting up this network of multiple
(2.) Is there any patches I will need for specific OS to network
with the...WTB: Nortel Networks, Alcatel, Cisco, Juniper Networks, Enterasys / Cabletron, Extreme Networks, Foundry Networks, 3Com, Lucent, Marconi / Fore, Riverstone Networks, and others.
WTB: Nortel Networks, Alcatel, Cisco, Juniper Networks, Enterasys /
Cabletron, Extreme Networks, Foundry Networks, 3Com, Lucent, Marconi / Fore,
Riverstone Networks, and others.
We buy the above networking hardware.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with what you have. We may have interest in
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE NEWSGROUP!
...Re: Nortel Networks, Alcatel, Cisco, Juniper Networks, Enterasys / Cabletron, Extreme Networks, Foundry Networks, 3Com, Lucent, Marconi / Fore, Riverstone Networks, and others.
"Netbuy" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:...
> WTB: Nortel Networks, Alcatel, Cisco, Juniper Networks, Enterasys /
> Cabletron, Extreme Networks, Foundry Networks, 3Com, Lucent, Marconi /
> Riverstone Networks, and others.
> We buy the above networking hardware.
> Email firstname.lastname@example.org with what you have. We may have interest in
> buying it.
> SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE NEWSGROUP!
...Networking RISC PC to Windows XP Network
Can anyone help me with the simplest step by step simple word instructions
to enable me to network my Acorn RISC PC running RISCOS 4.02 to a Windows XP
network. I want to transfer files between both machines. I would also like
to connect my Acorn thru this network to my Broadband Internet. On the RISC
PC I have SmbServer 0.07 installed but not set up along with LanMan98. Is it
possible to do all these things and can a rather slow person configure the
machines to work?
John Ealey wrote:
> Can anyone help me with the simplest step by step simple word instructions
...basic windows networking question: network resource access
I have a situation that I've kluged the solution to, was wondering if there
is a more elegant way to do this....
If I have a resource (shared file) on a Win2K server that I access via UNC
name from a Win2K Pro system, and for some reason the server is temporarily
offline, any attempt to access the file causes the system running my program
to hang for some period of time until the read/write attempt times out.
To solve this, I first ICMP ping the server. If the server responds, I
assume it is available for file read/write operations. This works, but can
get pretty cumber...Centos XP windows network DHCP DNS Zonealarm Conflicts -> can talk linux to windows network OR www not both
Windows XPSP2 Zonealarm Firewall
Standard Windows workgroup.
Router with DHCP server.
Set centos for DHCP Zonealarm off System works.
Turn on Zonealarm on XP, Centos is blocked from
contacting XP. Put Centos IP address into Zonealarm
trusted zone. Everything works...until reboot when
Centos gets a new IP. Don't know how to give Centos
a traditional windows workgroup hostname that I can
put into Zonealarm...no problem, just use fixed IP
Bug in Centos 5.1: Fixed IP address fails to setup
DNS. So, now I can't connect to the web.
Is there a workaround to make all...Networking a Mac to a PC network
Hi! What is the easiest way to do this?
I have 2 Macintosh LC 575 computers. One setup with Appleshare, the other
with a network card and Localtalk bridge. When hooking up the enet card to
my switch, I can't seem to get anything to work. Also, not sure what to do.
Would like to use the PC net to store files on my NT 4 server, for the
Macintosh, and maybe surf the web with the Mac. Any suggestions?
John Van Winkle
In article <RXCHd.email@example.com>,
"John Van Winkle" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi...Networking a non-network printer
If I have a USB printer connected to a machine on my local network, can
I print to it from another machine? I'm thinking that if they're both
OSX, I could in principle ftp a file to the machine with the printer,
telnet in to that machine, and use lpr. So in theory it must be
Can it be done via GUI functionality? And more importantly in my case,
can it be done somehow if the target machine is OS9?
fishfry <BLOCKSPAMfishfry@your-mailbox.com> wrote:
> If I have a USB printer conne...Network password for MS Networking
I now use DSL on a Windows 98SE system.
When I start the system I always get a window asking for my network
password. The name is default and the password is blank. I just hit OK
I am actually not connected to DSL until I connect to my provider.
Is there any way of bypassing this window and proceed directly to
finish loading the system?
"john" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I now use DSL on a Windows 98SE system.
> When I start the system I always get a window asking for my network
> password. The name is default and the password is blank. I just hit OK
> and proceed.
> I am actually not connected to DSL until I connect to my provider.
> Is there any way of bypassing this window and proceed directly to
> finish loading the system?
Start, Settings, Control Panel, Network, change the default login to Windows
On Tue, 21 Oct 2003 11:03:35 -0500, "Kay Archer"
>"john" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> I now use DSL on a Windows 98SE system.
>> When I start the system I always get a window asking for my network
>> password. The name is default and the password is bla...Networking Windows 2K and XP
Here's a posting from a friend having problems setting up a Windows XP
computer to share a Windows 2K network.
<begin friend's quote>
"At work, I've set up a brand new machine with XP, and now need to
my files, etc to it from the old one. Our office is set up with a
server plus 2 other machines besides mine. (so 4 in total)
I can't seem to be able to get the network to work on any of the
machines, to see my machine or mine to see them...
I have now turned off the Firewall on the XP machine, its in the same
workgroup as the others, I gave mys...Leaf networks and Branch Networks...
Hi, Currently I am working on DVMRP which is Multicast routing
protocol.I have tried to display the Leaf networks and branch
networks.But it is giving wrong results.
What is a branch network and what is a leaf network..?
Can u help me get out of this problem.
And also Let me know, whether Leaf network and branch networks are
formed before the formation of Multicast Tree or after the formation
of multicast tree.
Regards to all..
...Generic networks/Application networks
Can anybody give me some pointers as to
What are generic network services/ what they do etc
What application network services are/ what they do
What is the difference between low and high level network service
any help will be much appreciated...
Network Administrator - Network Engineering
Main purpose of the position
To design and implement networks in support of the
firm's production and local systems, and to act as a
general network specialist in the firm's technical activities.
* work under general supervision of team leader, IT operations
* design, build and maintain network infrastructure
* research, suggest, and implement networking hardware, software, and
* act as network analyst for firm's local and
* establish plans for new network installations
* oversee implementation of networks in local and
* administer network gear (such as switches, packet
filters, load balancers, &c.)
* document network systems
* investigate, evaluate and recommend new technologies
* provide specialized system expertise and in-depth knowledge in network
design, network devices/appliances (ie. switches, firewalls, VPN devices,
routers, load-balancers etc)
* Provides disaster recovery planning and execution
* aid in the evaluation of candidates for network
* create software and processes to meet company needs by designing,
developing, testing and implementing of
utilities or source modifications
* represent the department or company in internal and
external projects, providing technical guidance and expertise
* guide actions of mana...network
hi all, i'm newbie on networking field in labview, before this, i had done a project about DAQ, and i found out labview is a quite interesting programming langauge than others, so i wish to explore more about labview's abilities.
All i want to ask is about can labview monitoring packages throught our pc?
another question is about do labview having the function of tracking the packages through our network adapter and find out the sender?
if the both answers are yes, where i'm going to start about this? or any places having some tea...Network
I'm not sure if this can be done but I will ask anyway.
I have a isp that provides me with a unlimited amount of email addresses as
they end with @jpanderson.com. I want to set up Pegasus so that if someone
an email to email@example.com only she will get the mail and not myself
visa versa with myself. Is there a way of doing this. I can only log in
with one user
name and password and have set up for network in Pegasus but if she
mail she will get mine as well.
The way I understand Beejs unix networking that I was kindly told about
is that getaddrinfo() is used first and through pointer menipulation over
linked lists getaddrinfo() returns what is needed. Then used:
send() and recv() in TCP connections.
Now is there another way? A way using inet_addr()? This is defined in
I have been going by:
I still haven't got my book. I expect it to be invaluable....network
how dos domain to the local network?
Hello vxworks gurus
I have a problem in END driver.I think its a simple doubt ,I am
trying to use REALTEK 8139C network card.for END driver we have to
change the CONFIG.H and one more netConfig.h file
Can you tell me what is initial string parameter for network
card.this parameter we will have to give in netConfig.h file along
with networ card name.
i did like this. LOAD_FUNC: rtl8139.but i don't know the second
parameter for my network drive
Waiting for your reply
Tahks in advance
Any one there whether can help me, to know where to get the code as,
i doing a project "Electronic copy right management system" i want
retriving data from one system by sending the IP port number from
another system ie., i want send the messaga from one system to another
system in the LAN connection by giving the ip address the message want,
goto that particular system.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
I have a small network at home consisting of 2 win-xp, 1 win-me and 1 win98
I can't ping the win-xp machine
And I can't access the win-me and win98 machine from the winxp boxes.
All boxes have the same workgroup name and all boxes can access the
Any ideas what could be wrong?
mickeyg <email@example.com> wrote in news:Nf%6d.28949$Wa7.22057
> All boxes have the same workgroup name and all boxes can access the
> Any ideas what could be wrong?
Firewalls? Who knows, you haven't given anywhere near enoug...Network
My question is how to design a big network (LAN ) which is composed of
small independent networks. I also want to know how to allow varying
level of restricted access to various users.
"Dayanand Kumbhar" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> My question is how to design a big network (LAN ) which is composed of
> small independent networks. I also want to know how to allow varying
> level of restricted access to various users.
In no more words than the question?
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
I know how to work with parado 4.5 on a local network.
But i can't get Paradox 9 working in a network envirement.
What is it i'm doing wrong?
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
I have a little problem,
that i'd like to read your comments and suggestions
I create a network of 5-10 nodes - a weighted digraph
which all nodes are connected randomly at runtime.
Loops are allowed in the graph.
Is it possible to *hash* pairs of nodes
as well as their costs by use of the following snip,
This is clumpsy and possibly won't work
but I am clueless as of where should I go
On 9 Maj, 10:24, Complex Humans <codar4mys...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have a little problem,...