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Two IP addresses in XP machince

By bc tan ·
i have a XP PRo PC with two ip adresses on one NIC: one is for ICS, another is LAN segment

192.18.0.1 255.255.255.0 (ICS)
10.10.0.24 (LAN)

Why i can't see other PCs uder " view network computers" ?

would appreciate if any one could help me .

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by mattrk In reply to Two IP addresses in XP ma ...

As far as i know, there's not a way to put assign 2 ip addresses to one nic. That'd be like requesting two street addresses for the same house. How are you setting this up?

-Matt Keller

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by bc tan In reply to Two IP addresses in XP ma ...

i still can map network drive to those PCs in 10.10.0.X segment(using two ip on a NIc) but can't see thsoe PCs' shared folder in " view network computers".

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still can map network drive to those PCs in 10.10.0.X segment(using two ip on a NIc) but can't see thsoe PCs' shared folder in " view network computers". The PC (two IP )is in same domain wiht other PCs. just because i setup ICS opn that PC so i can't see others Pcs in " view network computers". any solution to make the Pc can see other PCs ?

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by igotspamed In reply to Two IP addresses in XP ma ...

my cable modem use the 10.10.0 domain.
try turning on lan services, add same user to both computers, add both computers to the same domain or work group (not nessesary but it helps).

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by bc tan In reply to

still can map network drive to those PCs in 10.10.0.X segment(using two ip on a NIc) but can't see thsoe PCs' shared folder in " view network computers". The PC (two IP )is in same domain wiht other PCs. just because i setup ICS opn that PC so i can't see others Pcs in " view network computers". any solution to make the Pc can see other PCs ?

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by garyb In reply to Two IP addresses in XP ma ...

check to be sure the folder is shared and the permisons are valid for the logins.

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by bc tan In reply to

yes. folder was shared with every one with full access. no workgroup PCs could be browsed in" view network computer".

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