I am connecting a server (win 2003) to a desktop (win XP) via a crossover cable.
the problem is that the server can ping the client machine ok, but the client cant ping the server.
if i do try a ping from the client, i can follow it up with an arp -a and see that it did find the ip address i wanted against the MAC address of the network card in the server, but the ping just does not work.
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