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Old 07-30-2011, 10:49 PM   #1
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NEED networking help with SCO UNIX 7 Server -
Using 4 Win98 2nd edition and 4 WinXP Profesional computers to access our Server with a program called Term Pro. We were accessing the internet using Windows NT thru a DDS-16+ Dlink & a Dlink D1-701 Residential Gateway
Just switched to Time Warner Cable from Verizon DSL. Half our computers can reach the internet but not the server and half of them can reach the server but not the internet. Can't find anyone who knows anything about SCO UNIX.
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Old 08-05-2011, 01:37 PM   #2
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From a working windows machine open a command prompt and post output of

ipconfig /all

route print


From a non working machine do the same. Windows 98 ? thats pretty much out of date.
Also which machines are working and which arent if XP work and windows 98 does not
could be a win98 issue.

You will need to reboot windows 98 ( I'm pretty sure you have already done this).
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