Question about Compaq Netelligent 3612 (267007-001) Networking Hub
By useing"strait Network cable" connect your both system with switch/HUB.
Now You may need to provide the IP addresses manually on your both systems. (procedure of providing IP manually is also mentioned below)
like on PC # 01 it can be 192.168.1.10 Sub net: 255.255.255.0
on PC # 02 it can be 192.168.1.20 sub net: 255.255.255.0
after providing these address you can access your system in this way ....
!.. Go to the RUN in start menu
2. Type IP address of you required system with "\\"
for example if you want to access PC # 02 you will type "\\192.168.1.20" (with out commas)
Dont forget to share the required drive on your HOst System.
I am also giving the steps to provide manual IP adresses..
For WIN VISTA
Configuring a Static IP in Vista Click on the start orb to open a list of programs and content. The start menu has been replaced by the “start orb” which still gives you the same functionality as the start button from previous OS versions, but consumes less screen real estate.
Right click on “Network” and go to properties. That opens the “Network and Sharing Center” which is your central office for anything pertaining to (just as it says) networking or sharing resources.
On the left hand column you want to click on “Manage Network Connections.”
This opens the Network Connections Window which you will find familiar to Windows 2000/XP. It will list all of your NICs or Wireless Connections.
Right click and go to properties of the connection you would like to statically assign. You will now be prompted for an administrative password. This is part of Microsoft’s new User Account Control (UAC) which will help unauthorized changes to your systems.
Once you have authenticated you will see the properties of the selected network connection.
The properties screen is very similar to what you’ve seen in the past, but one thing you will likely notice is by default Windows Vista supports IPv6.but you will select Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) and click properties. Now you will be able to enter in your IP, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and DNS addresses and click OK.
Close the Network Connections Window and you’re running with your new IP.
FOR WIN XP
1. Go to Start > Connect To > Show all Connections.
2. Choose your connection (In this case I selected my Wireless Connection), right-click on it and select Properties.
3. A dialog box opens, make sure you are under the General tab, select Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) from the list , and click on Properties.
4. Make sure to click on Use the following IP address and fill out the information for your computer. Click OK.
Let me know if it helps...
Tanveer Ahmad Khan
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
Computer names as to be same workgroups either windows XP or Vista & ip segment as to be same.........
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