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Does anyone know how to configure a windows 98 machine to communicate with a dos based network useing lantastic 8.0 the dos network is my POS system and the win 98 machine is an office machine we use for Inter office communication it was working but the HD crashed and it had to be reloaded (that was easy) buy I can't find or figure out how to get this win98 machine to connect to the dos lantastic network.

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by:Beerman
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I havent seen lantastic in a few years, nor did I see it that much, but here goes.  Did you install lantastic on the win98 pc also?  Did all drivers load ok?  Did you load either netbeui or, wasnt there a lantastic protocol similar to netbeui?
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there is a lantastic protocol I installed that but I can't seem to get the machines to see each other.  Still playing with it but like you until I came into this position I thought lantastic was exstinct.
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there is a lantastic protocol I installed that but I can't seem to get the machines to see each other.  Still playing with it but like you until I came into this position I thought lantastic was exstinct.
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there is a lantastic protocol I installed that but I can't seem to get the machines to see each other.  Still playing with it but like you until I came into this position I thought lantastic was exstinct.
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Did you install lantastic on the win98 pc as a server, workstation, or both?  I seem to remember an option during setup.  If the win98 pc is not the server, you would select workstation only.  If you selected server, it may not see the other pc's.
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Resolved the Issue myself but you tried to help and thats appreciated Here the points

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Pozz
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