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Can someone please tell me which protocols I need and what needs to be setup for a standard RJ45 - RJ45 2 computer network, I have managed to set it up on IPX/SPX but on TCP/IP have had no luck.........:P
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Here is an excellent walkthrough for setting up TCP/IP

http://www.halcyon.com/cerelli/tcpip.htm

Craig
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Once you get the protocols down:
You need a "patch cable" to go from one system to another. If you need I can send you the specs on making the patch cable or you may as well get someone to make it for you. Tell them what you need it for.
It is different than a standard network utp wiring config.
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