i have 2 pc one whit win98 and the other with win95... they are using Microsof to share printers and files... (netbui protocol) every thing fine.. , but when i connect to internet they left sharing files...
someone tellme to put a subnet or an ip adress ¿??¿ what is it?
have any idea...
1. RE: can t network when i connect to internet lbyard Dec-08-00 03:26 PM In response to message 0
Darn, I can't find a definitive fix for this problem, but I think it is being caused by a security setting somewhere. Are you getting a message warning you that your network shares are vulnerable to intrusion from the Internet when you connect? If so, that is causing the problem. Answer the prompt in away that does not disconnect the local network resources. Get a software or hardware software firewall if security of network resources is then of concern. Larry
2. RE: can t network when i connect to internet mscomp Dec-08-00 04:15 PM In response to message 0
Dear Vichop First thing I need is what kind of cable are you using to connect the to systems with.
RJ-45 (LOOKS LIKE THICK PHONE LINE) OR COAX (LOOKS LIKE TV-CABLE)?
NEXT IF USING RJ-45 ARE YOU USING A HUB ? IF COAX ARE BOTH ENDS OF SYSTEM TERM W/BNC
3. RE: can t network when i connect to internet ank Dec-10-00 12:24 PM In response to message 0
I have exactly the same problem. The 2 pc's are connected through a 3COM hub (4 ports) with twisted pair cables The modem and adapter are an ISDN connection
4. RE: can t network when i connect to internet lbyard Dec-11-00 06:29 PM In response to message 3
Check the bindings in the Properties of the instance of TCP/IP protocol assigned to the network adapter in Start, Settings, Control Panel, Network. Is the File and printer sharing for Microsoft Networks box checked? It should be unchecked for adapters used to connect to the Internet and checked for those used for the local network. In cases where a single network adapter is used for the local network and the Internet and no firewall is installed, it should be unchecked to protect the local network from intrusion from the Internet; and the NetBEUI protocol should be installed for local network connectivity in addition to the TCP/IP protocol used for the Internet. IPX/SPX can be used instead of NetBEUI if IPX/SPX is needed for games, etc. Larry