I have a small home network with a Linksys router acting as a DHCP server. I have a total of 4 machines - 3 Win 98se and 1 Win 2k. All except one Win98 machine can ping the router and access the Internet.
The machine in question can ping itself (127.0.0.1) which tells me that TCP/IP is installed. This machine can also see the shared folders and printers on the network via NetBEUI. So the network card and cabling are working.
The machine is set for DHCP but is not accepting any information from the router.
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