I have two computers. One is a desktop with Win2000. The other is a laptop runs linux. Both computers have eithernet adaptors. I connected two computers to a 3Com 10/100 5 ports hub. My question is how to set up the network configurations in my desktop PC so I can telnet and ftp between two computers?
I use the laptop at work (which has Linux installed). So it has its own IP address. The desktop is my home computer, so I can assigne any IP address to that one ( I have no cable connections to the outside world from my home).
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