[pcductape] Re: networking with Win2k

  • From: "Pam" <ltf01@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 30 Dec 2002 14:17:21 -0600

Bob, Scott, and Sandi,
I'm not ignoring your suggestions and offers of help.  I am working today,
and don't have the XP box online at this time.  I will be able to do my own
stuff later this evening when I get through working.  Until then......

Pam

>-----Original Message-----
>From: pcductape-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>[mailto:pcductape-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Bob Noble
>Sent: Monday, December 30, 2002 12:32 PM
>To: pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [pcductape] Re: HTML Test 2 now networking with Win2k
>
>
>
>Hi Pam,
>In the xp machine, control panel, administrative tools.
>Look for the event viewer.
>You want to look in the system and the application logs for errors.
>Right click an error and left click prosperities.
>
>It will tell you something of the error that you will have to decipher.
>
>You would also look in this area to make sure your puter is
>running correctly.
>
>I don't know if Win2k has this option or not?
>
>What I found was my xp machine was assigning an IP address out of
>the assigned
>range, when it was on auto.
>
>Bob Noble
>www.sonic.net/bnoble
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Pam" <ltf01@xxxxxxxxxx>
>To: <pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Monday, December 30, 2002 7:10 AM
>Subject: [pcductape] Re: HTML Test 2 now networking with Win2k
>
>
>|
>| I didn't change/view anything in the XP machine since it was the Win2kPro
>| machine that got the new nic and is the server. XP is on my laptop that I
>| don't use on a daily basis so I am not very familiar with its OS. I'm
>| game.... lead the way.
>|
>| Pam
>|
>|
>|
>| >
>| >
>| >Hi Pam,
>| >Have you checked the event viewer logs in adminstistrative tools in xp?
>| >I solved a network problem I had from there.
>| >Some of the errors pointed to my network problem, and once I
>| >figured out what
>| >they were saying, I was able to solve it.
>| >
>| >Bob Noble
>| >
>| >
>| >| MessageOk, here goes.  I have a Win2k box acting as server,
>with a win98
>| >| client and a winXP client.  Not too long ago I took the Win98
>box offline
>| >| because of some trouble it is having, totally unrelated to this
>| >problem.  I
>| >| had an older nic in the Win2k box that only allowed 10 Mbps
>| >speed.  It ran
>| >| perfectly, ICS worked just fine, only problem was speed.  I
>| >installed a new
>| >| nic, no problem... so I thought. If I leave the XP box set to
>obtain IP
>| >| automatically, which is how it was set with the old nic on the
>| >server, then
>| >| it can't find the server.  But if I set the IP manually then
>| >they both can
>| >| see each other, I can share all files, access the printer,
>etc., but when
>| >| set to manual the ICS doesn't work.  I'm sure it is something I
>| >overlooked
>| >| because I am NOT a network person, but I went as far as my
>| >knowledge can go
>| >| to find out what I didn't set correctly.
>| >| Any suggestions/guidance definitely appreciated.
>| >|
>| >| Pam
>| >|
>| >>
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