We use a IPX/SPX based LAN to access legacy applications on Novell client work stations spread across a field site.The workstations connect to a Novel 3.12 file server via co-ax cable.The applications themselves run on a process monitoring computer (LETS call it station A) that gathers data from PLC loop devices, data is stored on station A's hard disk mapped as drive :T on the novel file server. The novell file server has two NIC's in it one for the computers (X and Y) located inside the PLC data storage room (where station A is located) and the other for workstations spread across the worksite all within 250 ft from the novell server.
Here's the diagram.
STATION A - |
Workstation X |
Worksation Y |_____ Co-ax segment 1
| _____Worsksation Win 2000 Novell cient
Novel 3.12-------NIC 1 |____ Worsksation Win 2000 Novell cient
File server NIC 2______coax segment 2___ |____Worsksation Win 2000 Novell cient
The NIC's used are # 3 COM 900B, they have both RJ-45 and BNC ports. Currently we use the BNC ports for matter of simplicity. It also offers some level of interference protection on longer cable run of the co-ax segment 2 to the win 2000 Novell clients.
Can anyone help me to make connection from NIC 2 to the WIN2000 Novell clients wireless..?
will appreciate it.
I've had really good luck using Cisco Aironet products, of course they are not the "cheapest" solution. The product I've used is the Cisco Aironet 1200.
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