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G3's on 10/100BaseT

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I'm connecting a number of macs onto a new 10/100BaseT network (mainly PC's). All (older) macs connect fine either through the network port or thansceiver. The G3's will not detect the network. Any ideas on how to help the G3's see the network.
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The only known issues with G3's on 10/100baseT networks is with switched networks and appletalk. TCP/IP should connect normally. If you are going to use appletalk you can direct someone to read
http://til.info.apple.com/techinfo.nsf/artnum/n30922
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