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Winfax pro has detected that you need to setup a tcp/ip protocol wich is used by the sharing feature

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that is correct, TCP/IP on XP is same with TCP/IP v4 on vista

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SOURCE: TCP/IP Printer on DLINK N Router

What is the current state of the printer under Printer and Faxes on the Control Panel? If it's offline after you setup TCP/IP printing just right click on the printer icon then change the status from offline to online your printer should say ready below it and to test if it's already associated to the network try to run a "ping" test from your computer and check if you will get a reply from 192.168.0.4 which is the IP address of your printer as you mentioned. If your gettings time outs try to disable all the firewall and antivirus on your computer usually that will do the trick.

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SOURCE: winfax pro has detected that you need to setup a

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SOURCE: How do I get my

To find the IP address your computer is using:

Windows XP/7
1. Click on Start > Run
2. Type cmd and hit enter
3. Type ipconfig and hit enter
4. The number on the right of IP Address is your assigned address.


To add a port forwarding entry, log into your Linksys device and try the following:

1. Click on the "Applications & Gaming" Menu
2. Input an application name (Can be anything you want)
3. Enter the desired port number [12345] in both External and Internal Ports
4. Choose the TCP protocol
5. Enter the last number of the IP Address in the box
6. Click the Enabled check box
7. Click on un7bpgedqyopdk0zbwaaaabjru5erkjggg== on the bottom

Sample of Port forwarding menu
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Changing TCP/IP settings Win 7 TCP/IP defines how your computer communicates with other computers.
To make it easier to manage TCP/IP settings, we recommend using automated Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). DHCP automatically assigns Internet Protocol (IP) addresses to the computers on your network, if your network supports it. If you use DHCP, then you don't have to change your TCP/IP settings if you move your computer to another location, and DHCP doesn't require you to manually configure TCP/IP settings, such as Domain Name System (DNS) and Windows Internet Name Service (WINS). To enable DHCP or change other TCP/IP settings, follow these steps:
  1. Open Network Connections by clicking the Start button 4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33_818.jpg, and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, typeadapter, and then, under Network and Sharing Center, click View network connections.
  2. Right-click the connection that you want to change, and then click Properties. 18abb370-ac1e-4b6b-b663-e028a75bf05b_48.jpg If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
  3. Click the Networking tab. Under This connection uses the following items, click either Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) or Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6), and then click Properties. 25e7e385-9327-4f7d-aab0-afa5aaf952ba_49.jpgThe Network Connection Properties dialog box
  4. To specify IPv4 IP address settings, do one of the following:
    • To get IP settings automatically using DHCP, click Obtain an IP address automatically, and then click OK.
    • To specify an IP address, click Use the following IP address, and then, in the IP address, Subnet mask, and Default gateway boxes, type the IP address settings.
  5. To specify IPv6 IP address settings, do one of the following:
    • To get IP settings automatically using DHCP, click Obtain an IPv6 address automatically, and then click OK.
    • To specify an IP address, click Use the following IPv6 address, and then, in the IPv6 address, Subnet prefix length, and Default gateway boxes, type the IP address settings.
  6. To specify DNS server address settings, do one of the following:
    • To get a DNS server address automatically using DHCP, click Obtain DNS server address automatically, and then click OK.
    • To specify a DNS server address, click Use the following DNS server addresses, and then, in the Preferred DNS server and Alternate DNS server boxes, type the addresses of the primary and secondary DNS servers.
    f598cd96-6bf9-47be-942d-7d0b0afdbd88_47.jpgThe Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)Properties dialog box
  7. To change advanced DNS, WINS, and IP settings, click Advanced.

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Windows File Sharing And The Dangers Of NetBIOS


NetBIOS is a Windows File and Print Sharing protocol, and it uses TCP/UDP ports 135, 137,138, and 139.

* TCP/135 - RPC: This port is potentially quite dangerous. Remote Procedure Calls are requests from one machine to another for service. The RPC service acts as something of a facilitator, or go-between, between the client making the request and the machine being asked for service, i.e. a request is made to this "end-point mapper service" and then a port is allocated dynamically to the service being requested. This is similar to the RPC functionality found in the Unix world, and although it's not technically a "file sharing" port, it ties heavily into Windows networking in general.

* UDP/137 - NetBIOS Name Service: This port is used to attain name resolution for NetBIOS. Think of it as NetBIOS's version of DNS or ARP. It's simply a way to use something you have, make a query, and get something you want in return. For NetBIOS it's from a NetBIOS name to an IP, for DNS it's a DNS name to IP, and for ARP it's from IP to hardware address.

* UDP/138 - NetBIOS Datagram Service: This port primarily allows the SMB browser service to populate the browse lists seen when using "Network Neighborhood".

* TCP/139 - NetBIOS Session Service: This is perhaps the most known Windows port of all, as it is used to transfer files over TCP. This is both the port that NULL Sessions are established over and the port that file and printer sharing takes place on. If you are considering restricting access to ports on your Windows machine, this one needs to be on the top of the list.

NOTE: By disabling NetBIOS, all existing file shares must be shared using the IP address, rather than the NetBIOS Name, or else the share won't work.


How to disable NetBIOS in Windows 2000:

  1. open Windows Explorer
  2. Right click on My Network places and select properties
  3. Click Internet protocol TCP/IP and select properties
  4. Click on Advanced and then WINS
  5. Select Disable NetBIOS over TCP/IP and click ok
  6. Restart your computer
  7. If Windows displays "This connection has an empty ... " message, ignore it and click ok
How to disable NetBIOS in Windows 95/98/ME
  1. open Windows Explorer
  2. Right click on My Network places and select properties
  3. Select Internet protocol TCP/IP and click Properties
  4. In NetBIOS, clear "NetBIOS over TCP/IP" check box and click OK.
How to disable NetBIOS in Windows Vista/7
  1. Click Start, and then click Network. (Or you can click Start, type ncpa.cpl into the search box, and press ENTER).
  2. Click on the Network and Sharing Center, and then click Manage Network Connections.
  3. Right click on the Local Area Connection or the connection you are using, and then select Properties.
  4. Select the Internet Protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
  5. Click the Advanced button under the General tab.
  6. Click the WINS tab.
  7. Click the Disable NetBIOS Over TCP/IP button.
  8. Click Ok.
  9. Restart your computer.

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My Toshiba Satellite Pro U400 has stopped connecting to the internet. Connectivity docotr says IP address needs to be set/was not set properly. Not my internet connection because other computer in the...


Your Toshiba Satellite Pro might be using a specified IP address. Try to set it to obtain an IP automatically. Depending on the Windows OS, whether it is XP, Vista or Windows 7, go to your Control Panel then Network connections or Network Sharing Center and double click on the Local Area Network connection (if your are using wired) or Wireless Connection. Look for the TCP/IP protocol and make sure it is enabled as "Obtain IP address Automatically" and "Obtain DNS addresses automatically". Then click OK to save settings.

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How to turn on a dhcp on a rca model dcm425 cable modem?


Hi there,
Enabling DHCP at the Client To enable the Windows NT DHCP client, you must log on as administrator at the Windows NT client.

Normally, you enable DHCP as part of the installation procedure for Microsoft TCP/IP, however, you can use this procedure if you have manually configured TCP/IP:
  1. Run Control Panel and choose Network.

    The Network Settings dialog box appears.
  2. Under Installed Network Software, select TCP/IP Protocol and then choose configure.

    The TCP/IP configuration dialog box appears.
  3. Select Enable Automatic DHCP Configuration.

    A Microsoft (MS) TCP/IP message appears, indicating that the DHCP Protocol attempts to configure the server automatically during system initialization.
  4. Choose Yes.

    A MS TCP/IP Configuration dialog box appears, displaying current TCP/IP configuration parameters. The IP Address and Subnet Mask boxes are not available (grayed out) and the manually configured values are no longer displayed.
  5. Choose OK to return to the Network Settings dialog box.
  6. Choose OK again.
  7. Shut down and restart the computer.
To enable DHCP on a Windows for Workgroups client if TCP/IP is not installed yet:
  1. Use Network Setup to install the MS TCP/IP-32 3.11 protocol.
  2. In the MS TCP/IP Configuration dialog box, select the Enable Automatic DHCP Configuration check box, and choose Continue.
  3. Restart the computer to initialize TCP/IP using DHCP.
To enable DHCP on a Windows for Workgroups client if TCP/IP is installed:
  1. To access the Network Drivers dialog box, run Network Setup.
  2. Select Microsoft TCP/IP-32 3.11, and then choose Setup.
  3. In the MS TCP/IP Configuration dialog box, select the Enable Automatic DHCP Configuration check box, and choose continue.

    A message box appears indicating that the configuration of DHCP overrides any values established locally.
  4. Choose Yes.
  5. To initialize TCP/IP using DHCP information, restart the computer.

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Need to set port forwarding for filemaker to network


Port forwarding is a process that you set up on your router and is independent from your OS.
Go here, and select the router you are using. On the next page (after skipping that annoying ad) you will see a list for different software setup's. Depending on you router, you might find Filemaker in the list.
(I checked Linksys WRT54G, and found it.)
Filemaker Server and FileMaker Pro with TCP/IP are using port number 5003with both the UDP and TCP protocols when communicating via TCP/IP.
UDP is only used for the initial contact, all other TCP/IP communication is using TCP.

There is a good video description, which I highly recommend if you're new to this. You can find that here.

If you have more questions, come back here or head over to filemakertoday.com, which has an excellent forum and the guys know what they are talking about.

Good luck!

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I had exactly the same problem. The solution is to set up pptp as a virtual server pointing to the lan ip of the server. Port forwarding only forwards the port but not the GRE protocol (pptp passthrough)

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Start/Settings/Control Panel/Add-Remove Programs/Windows Setup – remove ICS. Do not reboot.

Click Start, click Run, type Regedit (hit enter)

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,System,CurrentControlSet,Services --

Remove ICSharing key

Under Class, noted number of folders under NETTRANS key.

Don’t close, just go to next step.

Under Network properties:

Add protocol called NETBEUI

Remove all instances of TCP/IP

Click OK DO NOT reboot.

Back to Regedit, press F5 to refresh the screen. Remove all folders under NETTRANS key that WERE there before. Do not remove the new keys. They might be at the end, or in the middle. Don’t remove the new NETBEUI folders.

Back in Network properties, add the TCP/IP protocol. Be sure that File and Printer Sharing is not present (this is a must), and delete the NETBEUI protocols.

Start/Settings/Control Panel/Add-Remove Programs/Windows Setup – Communications – select ICS. Click OK, Click OK.

ICS should run perfectly. Then open network properties and add File and Printer sharing.

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BOOTP stands for Bootstrap Protocol. DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. Both are mechanisms to dynamically assign an IP address for a TCP/IP client by the server. In this case, the Prestige 310 Internet Access Sharing Router is a BOOTP/DHCP server. Win95 and WinNT clients use DHCP to request an internal IP address, while WFW and WinSock clients use BOOTP. TCP/IP clients may specify their own IP or utilize BOOTP/DHCP to request an IP address.

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