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Trying to setup ICS with a Windows 2000Host and a windows98SE client

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I am currently trying to setup ICS on a Win2000 and Win98SE machines. I have search the net and forum posts for information, but nothing seems to help me. I believe it is all setup correctly, but my client cannot attach to the net. He are my specs:

Host Windows 2000
2 NIC Cards - 1 configured to connect to the Net, and one to connect to my Home Network.
Home net is setup with IP 192.168.0.1, Subnet 255.255.255.0, Gateway 192.168.0.1
Internet Card attached to ADSL modem setup with auto IP, and isp DNS given on setup.

Client Windows 98SE
1 NIC Card IP set to auto, WNS Disabbled DHCP Enblaed, Gateway 192.168.0.1, DNS disabled.

Both PC can see each other and share files, Host can connect to net, but client cannot.

Can someone help me?
Thanx
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by:stevenlewis
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here is the problem
DNS disabled.
dns needs to be enabled on the client, and use the dns ip provided by your isp (or 192.168.0.1)
then
from a prompt on the host type
ipconfig /all |more
make note of the ip assigned by your isp
then on the client
from a dos prompt
type
ping 127.0.0.1
ping 192.168.0.x Where x is the ip of the client)
ping 192.168.0.1
ping the isp assigned ip of the host
ping 206.169.61.185
ping www.experts-exchange.com
please post the results here


for more
for step by step

see here

www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/sharing.htm

http://www.annoyances.org/exec/show/ics


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by:WyldEyes
ID: 8096251
Thanx StevenLewis

You have helped me, I enabled DNS as well I had mistyped my host name. But I am now able to get the Net on my client. I did the pinging just as a precaution and they were all successful.

Thanx for you help
WyldEyes
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stevenlewis earned 200 total points
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WyldEyes Glad I could help
If there are no more issues, then we need for you to close this out
accept a comment as an answer, and grade it, then we can move this to PAQ (keeps the Db clean)
:~)
Steve
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by:WyldEyes
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Great job, quick response, quick resolution. Keep up the great work Steve
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