There are two networks (4PC's + NT4 Files server (NOT PDC) on each network)
One of the workstations (Win98) an network 'A' dials network 'B' - everything OK establishes connection & ALL OK.
Problem: After the dialup has been established the workstation cannot see any of its local Network. If the dialup connection is closed - still cannot see anything on the local network. If the user logs off (START - LOGOFF) and relogs on ALL ok until he dials in again then same happens.
I have tried lmhosts & included all local PC's - NO LUCK
On the dialup properties for the network A to B connection - there is a tap under TCPIP setting "use default gateway on remote connection" - if I un-tick this then the dialup logs on but I can not even ping the remote IP? BUT the local network works fine!!
Question :Is there any way of cancelling a remote gateway after the connection has been dropped as it looks like the workstation is looking at the remote gateway even though its been dropped.
In the network settings for this win98 pc there is a default gateway setup - IP of local NT4 server.