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TCP/IP on Win3.1 client

larni
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I wan't to set up TCP/IP on a Win 3.1 client, connected to a  Novell 3.12 networkserver.
I am about to use a Telnet application on the client, to get access to a remote UNIX-server.
The Novell-net is a thin Ethernet, and the remote Unix is connected to a Twisted Pair-net.
The networks is connected to each other with Basband-modems (512 kbps) and Routers, and all
the nesessary configurations are made, and working fine!

I just need to get a TCP/IP stack running in the Novell-client and configure it with a IP-adress.
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If you use the latest version of Client32 is has TCP/IP.
Let me know if you need any details of thw configuration.

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Thank's for answering !!

Please give me all the details about configuration, and where I can download the neccesary files needed.

larni

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Here is the URL:
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/patlstfind.cgi?2923385

The installation program is fairly self explanatory but you can email me if you have any specific questions at roger.rabbit@dnet.co.uk
Good luck
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