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Router configuration error

I have sucessfully set up TCP/IP and IP Tunnel with three servers over a WAN, I was trying to set up a fourth, and I ended up with a router configuration error when I tried to bind IPX to IP tunnel.

The error is as follows:

8/5/97 2:52:41 pm:  1.1.112 Router configuration error detected
  Router at node 0000C6010804 claims network 00000005 should be 00000006

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Network 6 is the IPX Net number we would like to use, and
network 5 is the IPX number already in use by another card.

We have already tried reset router, with no luck.  We have also tried various other network numbers.

Thanks in advance
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tasi
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tasi
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henrieCommented:
When servers connect to eachother, network numbers on this connection have to be the same. Change the appropiate number of your network cards (Autoexec.ncf: NET=x) which connect to eachother. Both of them must be 5 or both must be 6.

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tasiAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your help!
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