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Old 01-29-2007
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how to connect network?
i will try to connect windos 2003 (not r2) and vista...but i cant get them to
communicate..i have a dlink 604 router..i tried to connect 2 windows
2003..and it worked well..but when i try vista..nothing happens

can anyone tell me that protocolls i need..and DONT need installed..and to
set things up..i have looked in the guides..but i cant figure things out, i
have looked al over and tried things

please tell that protocolls and settings that i can try..just to make them
connect
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Old 01-29-2007
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Re: how to connect network?
Default should be fine (TCP/IP, etc,). They have to be on the same
subnet, as well. What kind of errors are you getting? Can you ping the
server from Vista or ping Vista from the server?

Dustin Harper
dharper@vistarip.com
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confusious wrote:
> i will try to connect windos 2003 (not r2) and vista...but i cant get them to
> communicate..i have a dlink 604 router..i tried to connect 2 windows
> 2003..and it worked well..but when i try vista..nothing happens
>
> can anyone tell me that protocolls i need..and DONT need installed..and to
> set things up..i have looked in the guides..but i cant figure things out, i
> have looked al over and tried things
>
> please tell that protocolls and settings that i can try..just to make them
> connect

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Re: how to connect network?
no i cant ping them..i dont know what is stopping the ping..i have tried to
dissable the firewalls and so!


"Dustin Harper" wrote:

> Default should be fine (TCP/IP, etc,). They have to be on the same
> subnet, as well. What kind of errors are you getting? Can you ping the
> server from Vista or ping Vista from the server?
>
> Dustin Harper
> dharper@vistarip.com
> http://www.vistarip.com
>
>
>
> confusious wrote:
> > i will try to connect windos 2003 (not r2) and vista...but i cant get them to
> > communicate..i have a dlink 604 router..i tried to connect 2 windows
> > 2003..and it worked well..but when i try vista..nothing happens
> >
> > can anyone tell me that protocolls i need..and DONT need installed..and to
> > set things up..i have looked in the guides..but i cant figure things out, i
> > have looked al over and tried things
> >
> > please tell that protocolls and settings that i can try..just to make them
> > connect

>

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Old 01-29-2007
Dustin Harper
 

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Re: how to connect network?

Do they have the same subnet and subnet mask? Are they on DHCP?


Dustin Harper
dharper@vistarip.com
http://www.vistarip.com



confusious wrote:
> no i cant ping them..i dont know what is stopping the ping..i have tried to
> dissable the firewalls and so!
>
>
> "Dustin Harper" wrote:
>
>> Default should be fine (TCP/IP, etc,). They have to be on the same
>> subnet, as well. What kind of errors are you getting? Can you ping the
>> server from Vista or ping Vista from the server?
>>
>> Dustin Harper
>> dharper@vistarip.com
>> http://www.vistarip.com
>>
>>
>>
>> confusious wrote:
>>> i will try to connect windos 2003 (not r2) and vista...but i cant get them to
>>> communicate..i have a dlink 604 router..i tried to connect 2 windows
>>> 2003..and it worked well..but when i try vista..nothing happens
>>>
>>> can anyone tell me that protocolls i need..and DONT need installed..and to
>>> set things up..i have looked in the guides..but i cant figure things out, i
>>> have looked al over and tried things
>>>
>>> please tell that protocolls and settings that i can try..just to make them
>>> connect

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