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PROTOCOL.INI MODIFICATION

In your \net\protocol.ini (Modify only what's below to reflection your network at home or small office)
[el90x$]
drivername=el90x$        (For your PCI Network Card)
; drivername=elnk3$    (For your ISA Network Card. Not in use it's remmed out for now)

[tcpip]
NBSessions=6
DefaultGateway0=141 217 111 1
SubNetMask0=255 255 255 0
IPAddress0=141 217 111 16
DisableDHCP=1
DriverName=TCPIP$
BINDINGS=el90x$
LANABASE=0

Under the [el90x$] portion most importantly you'll have to change your drivername= name. el90x$ for your PCI network card. elnk$ for the ISA network card. 

Under the [tcpip] portion. If your network is setup with a DHCP or your using 'Client For Microsoft Networks'. You can cut & paste the below.
[tcpip]
NBSessions=6
;DefaultGateway0=141 217 111 1
;SubNetMask0=255 255 255 0
;IPAddress0=141 217 111 16
DisableDHCP=0        
DriverName=TCPIP$
BINDINGS=el90x$
LANABASE=1

 

Settings:

;DefaultGateway0=141 217 111 1   (This line is remmed out. See below line #4)

;IPAddress0=141 217 111 16         (This line is remmed out. See below line #4)

;SubNetMask0=255 255 255 0       (This line is remmed out. See below line #4)

DisableDHCP=0    (DHCP. Enables it. See the below Diagram, #4)
DisableDHCP=1    (No DHCP. Disabled. You have a static IP Address)

LANABASE=1      (This can be either 1 or 0. Try either one)

To get the below Diagram:

  1. Click on 'Start | Settings | Control Panel'.
  2. Look for and click on the Network icon.
  3. Highlight the TCP/IP line.
  4. Look at the 'IP Address' tab. Your on a DHCP Network If have the 'Obtain an IP address automatically' turned on.

 

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Last Modified: Sunday, March 30, 2003 11:20:04 AM