{RESOLVED}Cannot access the network.

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MolsonMan007

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For some reason I can't get my network working properly. I had it up and running before and I can't think of what is wrong this time. Also, I checked the connection between the two computers, it is connected properly and the three little lights (10/100, Half/Full, LN/Act) are all on.

Here are my TCP/IP settings...

BINDINGS
Client for Microsoft Net. is checked.

ADVANCED
Property = allow binding; Value = No

NETBIOS
Blank

DNS CONFIG
disabled

GATEWAY
blank

WINS CONFIG
disabled

IP ADDRESS
Desktop 192.168.1.1 (Both IP and Subnet)
Laptop 192.168.1.2 (Both IP and Subnet)

I also tried 192.168.100.*

The problem is when I double click on "Entire Network" in Network Neighborhood I get the message:

'Unable to browse the network.
The network is not accessible.....'

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanx

MolsonMan :cool:
 

MolsonMan007

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Hmmmm. I thought that would have worked but it hasn't appeared to have done anything. :(

MolsonMan

(Any other suggestions?)
 

MolsonMan007

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That's the ticket Brian. My file sharing was not checked off. I made sure it worked this time and allready backed up my files. So you can whip that 'resolved' tag back up there. :)

Thanx a lot....

MolsonMan.
 
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Glad it's working, hopefully I can leave the resolved on it this time, I think you are the only one I have to remove the resolved from on a consistant basis :)
 
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