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On my 4.11 server there are 4 NIC:
E0, E3, E4, E5 are IPX 802.2 Network
E0000000, E0000003, E0000004, E0000005 are IPX 802.3 Network
100-100, 203-203, 204-204, 205-205, ... are AppleTalk Fase2 Network
192.168.0.x; 192.168.3.x; 192.168.4.x; 192.168.5.x are TCP/IP networks (i'm using 255.255.255.0 netmask)
TCP/IP Forward is enabled.
TCP/IP is loaded as "router" and not "end node".
 
AppleTalk and IPX networks are working fine (server is routing packets).
TCP/IP protocol is loaded on all  NIC without any error.
I'm not able to ping from a workstation in a network to a workstation in another network! Seems that server is not routing packets.

There is someone able to:
- Give me exact information to setup TCP/IP protocol on NW4.11 using INETCFG?
- Give me exact information to setup TCP/IP on W95 wks?
I need to have TCP/IP protocol loaded on every workstation and and I need to be able to ping every workstation on every network from every workstation on every network!

Please note that gateway address on W95 is already setup as the IP number of the server NIC on the same subnet (example: wks 192.168.3.104 have gateway address setup as 192.168.3.5).

Thanks in advance.
Giorgio
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I am not sure, but I meen that in your case, your workstation must have Default gateway set to the server NIC IP address your workstation is sitting on. It shoult be allright by loading TCPIP.NLM as router.

TCPIP settings on Win95:

Go Start/Properties/Control Panel/Network and thuse TCPIP.
I dont know the exact names because I am using a danish version, but its something like this:
Set exact IP address: 192.168.5.1 (example for PC1)
Choose Gateway, and write in 192.168.5.server node number
Set in your Domain Name Server in DNS konfiguration (if you have one)

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