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connecting to nw 4.11 server via ip only client

What is required to have an NT 4.0 workstation using TCP/IP only to connect to a NW 4.11 F/S? (No IPX)
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geoffrynCommented:
You would have to be running Netware IP which is  not exactly the world's greatest IP stack.  It also requires you to configure the server as a Netware IP server.  You must use Netware's DHCP or static map your IP's
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drodeyAuthor Commented:
Sounds like its more work than its worth.

Maybe I should just wait for NW 5 installation.
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geoffrynCommented:
You would have to be running Netware IP which is  not exactly the world's greatest IP stack.  It also requires you to configure the server as a Netware IP server.  You must use Netware's DHCP or static map your IP's
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geoffrynCommented:
Honestly, You should stay as far away from Netware IP as you can.  Netware 5 over IP is sweet and easy.
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drodeyAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  Post as answer for points.
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geoffrynCommented:
You would have to be running Netware IP which is  not exactly the world's greatest IP stack.  It also requires you to configure the server as a Netware IP server.  You must use Netware's DHCP or static map your IP's

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drodeyAuthor Commented:
thanks.
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