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Old August 2nd 03, 03:58 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Mcploppy
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Default ICS Issue

Hi Folks,

Have a wee problem:

Two machines Win98 & WinXP PRO Networked thru a hub, XP machine has
broadband connection shared.

win98 machine IP address set manually to 192.168.02.
winxp machine IP address set manually to 192.168.0.1

Have also set a default gateway on the win98 machine as 192.168.0.1 (This
has been set ON/OFF to see if it makes a difference)

Can ping both machines, can see all network shares. Although when browsing
from XP machine it is a bit slow (not an issue).

Zonealarm has been disabled and winxp firewalls have been disabled.

No HOSTS files present on either machine.

Cannot get win98 machine to connect to internet

Ideas ?

TIA
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Old August 2nd 03, 08:56 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Dr Zoidberg
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Mcploppy wrote:
Mcploppy bashed at the keyboard and said:

Fixed it:

Don't know how.... .
1. Roll back XP machine 24 Hours - Still not working
2. Uninstall NIC, TCPIP and all network gubbins from 98 machine and
reinstall

According to MS you should have both machines set to obtain an IP address
automatically on the connecting adaptors if you are using ICS.

Sometimes it will work with static IPs and others it won't.

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Old August 2nd 03, 09:38 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Mcploppy
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Default ICS Issue


Dr Zoidberg bashed at the keyboard and said:

Mcploppy wrote:
Mcploppy bashed at the keyboard and said:

Fixed it:

Don't know how.... .
1. Roll back XP machine 24 Hours - Still not working
2. Uninstall NIC, TCPIP and all network gubbins from 98 machine and
reinstall

According to MS you should have both machines set to obtain an IP
address automatically on the connecting adaptors if you are using ICS.

Sometimes it will work with static IPs and others it won't.


Thanks for that, I have had my network running with allocated IP's for
months, this is why it threw me so much today when it would not work,
Why it wouldnt work .....well guess I'll never know.

Thanks for looking in


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Old August 3rd 03, 01:50 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Marcus Fox
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"Mcploppy " wrote in message
...
Hi Folks,

Have a wee problem:

Two machines Win98 & WinXP PRO Networked thru a hub, XP machine has
broadband connection shared.

win98 machine IP address set manually to 192.168.02.
winxp machine IP address set manually to 192.168.0.1

Have also set a default gateway on the win98 machine as 192.168.0.1 (This
has been set ON/OFF to see if it makes a difference)

Can ping both machines, can see all network shares. Although when browsing
from XP machine it is a bit slow (not an issue).

Zonealarm has been disabled and winxp firewalls have been disabled.

No HOSTS files present on either machine.

Cannot get win98 machine to connect to internet

Ideas ?


On the XP machine - go into network connections and select the connection
that links both computers. Click repair. You may get an error message about
a DHCP server. Same as mine, I don't know how to fix, thinking about a clean
install. Try assigning IP's automatically, if they go to 169.xxx.xxx.xxx
then it is probably the same issue.

Marcus


 




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