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cannot view intranet in browser -NT server and IIs 4.0

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Mac OS 8.5 is linked to an NT server running IIS 4.0, but cannot see the Intranet. When i type http://10.0.12.9 the browser goes to dial-up to our ISP. All the Pcs in the building can see it. I have tried both IE and Netscape and they do to the web. Anyone with an idea? Thanks
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You 1) Have PPP set up to auto dial on tcp/ip request
2) you dont have tcp/ip set up correctly for your LAN (TCP/IP controll panel). The machine needs an IP address to reference from.
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