Hi, I have just installed a DSL line and a Cisco router on my home network. In the network I have 3 computers running Windows 98SE and one running Windows 95B. Earlier I used ICS and an external ISDN-modem, and the Internet worked fine on all machines.
After uninstalling ICS and installing the Cisco router, the 3 Windows 98SE-computers works very fine, without any changes in network environment. However, the fourth machine, an IBM 560 with Win95B and a PCMCIA network adapter can't connect to Internet. The problem seems to be that I can not get rid of the address for the ICS DHCP server address (Winipcfg shows 192.168.0.1, while it should be 10.0.0.1 for the router) and "release all" do not change anything.
Have you heard about this problem before? Is it an idea to remove the TCP/IP protocol and reinstall it?