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I've tried and tried to get an OS/2 workstation connected via the internet to see a WARP Server domain controller at another site.   When I connect the OS/2 workstation to the domain controller locally via a LAN, it works just fine.  TCP/IP is configured and works correctly. If I netping the server that is the domain controller from the remote workstation (when it is connected via the internet), I notice that the MAC address is all zeroes.  Same thing happens when I try to netping other workstations on the same LAN as the domain controller.
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Have you added the remote domain controller's IP address to you Broadcast list?  I think that's required when you go accross a router.  To add an IP address to a broadcast list:

1. Run MPTS.
2. Get to the Adapter and Protocol Configure screen (keep pressing the Configure buttons).
3. Click on IBM OS/2 NETBIOS over TCP, then click the Edit button.
4. Click on Broadcast list, then the Configure button.
5. Click Add...
6. Type in the IP address of the remote domain controller (host name may work too; I usually use the IP address though).

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