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G3 Powerbook and  Blinking Netware Volume

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I have a G3 powerbook running System 8.1 in San Francico and identical computer in LA connected via a Frame relay link that goes thru NY. Whenerver I mount the Netware Volume on the desktop. It disappers and reappers about every 2 mins. I can still access files on either server. But must wait on the clock.
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This may have to do with your frame relay connection. It disconnects when there is no traffic. When you try to reconnect it will dial up and reconnect you.

After you mount the netware volume. Create an alias and leave it on the desktop. When you want to open the volume. Double click on the alias.
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