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HELP SETTING UP A LAN SERVER WITH DC++

I have just downloaded a dc++ software so that we can share our filesin lan with other computers can anyone help me with the process (i.ehow to set it up)

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  • rohit1987 Aug 02, 2009

    BUT THAT DOES NOT WORK HERE AE THERE R AROUND 50 COMP HERE ON THE NETWORK ND THEY ARE NOT CONNECTED BY SINGLE ROUTER
    SO IF U CAN HELP ME WITH SETTING UP THE DC++ SERVER IT WILL B NICE

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Window has everything you need for file sharing built in. If you have a number of machines connected to the same Router using a combination of wired & wireless then all you need to do is enable file sharing on each machine,. Re-boot & your files are now shared. .

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While they don't address the wireless component of your problem, The following Microsoft documents (downloads) are excellent resources for understanding and troubleshooting Windows XP file and printer sharing:
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To check whether you have basic network connectivity from the browse client to the missing server computer, do the following:

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o The missing computers are not on the same physical network segment

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If this is the case, you can download and install a packet sniffer and place it within the LAN in front of the ICS computer. It will 'see' all packets traveling across the wire, and report the MAC addresses and IP Addresses to which they are bound. Since every NIC has a unique MAC address (and IP Address), you can see how many computers (NICs) there are in the LAN, and connected to the wire.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Packet_sniffer

Ethereal:

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http://www.gfi.com/lannetscan/

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