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routing ip token-ring / ethernet  over netware 3.12

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I have two cards
                    a)  Ethernet
                    b)  Token -ring

my autoexec.ncf
                     load tcpip forward=yes
                     
problem :
   bind ip to ether addr=200.31.10.9 mask=255.255.255.0
   bind ip to  tok   addr=200.31.11.0 mask=255.255.255.0

                   
how i can see ip token-ring from my pc
how i can comunicate both cards
how i can route both cards
            thanks
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1) The last octet of the address you are attempting to bind to "tok" is invalid.  It will bind to the adapter, however, it won't be able to talk.  As a rule of thumb none of the octets in an address should be zero.

2) Make sure the frame type for "tok" is Token-Ring_Snap or IP won't bind to it

3) Make sure RIP is enabled on both adapters.  If RIP is not enabled on your other IP routers then find out what routing protocol is and enable it accordingly.  For NetWare 4.xx, use INETCFG.NLM Protocols->TCP/IP to verify RIP is enabled and Bindings->TCP/IP->RIP Bind Options to verify RIP is enabled on individual adapters.    
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