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How to programming Ethernet  in MS-DOS/TCPIP ?

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Hi :
  How about the programming method in MS-DOS with TCP/IP
in Ethernet card, our tools are compiler is Microsoft C (version 7) & MASM (version 6.0),we want to develop in the communication between dedicated controller(run MS-DOS) and Windows (Win95/98/ME/W2k/XP).
The requirements of Tool and Driver is ?
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Hi CHENSHILIH,

If this is a programming question, you may have better luck in this area:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/C/

If you are just wondering how to set up your MS-DOS computer so it can use TCP/IP, then you may want to check out this website which can guide you through the procdedure:
http://www.wown.com/j_helmig/dosclien.htm

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Hi pbarrette :
   Could you give me a little more details in Programming_Languages C, Or give me an examples & hints,
I use Microsoft C and MASM to program over 20 years.
   It is a good example that uses "DOS-Client for Microsoft Networks" set up MS-DOS computer links to Windows

Thanks For yours help.

SHILIH CHEN
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Hi Shilih,

I was suggesting that you might get more input if you posted your question in the Programming_Languages area of this website. More programmers will be able to help you with your question there.

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Hi Shilih,

I am posting a request in "Community Support" that this question be deleted and your points refunded. It isn't fair for you to use your hard-earned points to be told to move your question.

The request is located here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/Q_20525824.html

Glad to help,
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