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Configuring TCP/IP for Windows 95 Network

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I Have a small win95 network with 6 machines running NETBEUI protocol. I Need run only TCP/IP protocol in my win95 network. What are the steps to configure it ? Of course I want browse all computer of my network and share devices too.
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Remove all protocolls.

Install TCP/IP
Pick a netmask (192.168.0.XXX is  good range. XXX is for instance 10, 20, 30, 40 and so on (one for each machien of course)
netmask = 255.255.255.0
Gateway = none
DNS = none
WINS = None

Then just install "Client for File and print sharing" and everything is as it should be.
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och, and the correct phrase where i wrote "pick a netmask" should be "chose a subnet" ;)
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