Crossover cable pc connection

By darryl_co ·
I connected two pcs using a crossover cable both running xp and mcafee internet security.The ip address assined to gigabyte pc was, subnet mask,default ip The ip address assined to intel pc was192.168.0.1 , subnet mask,default ip I shared folders on both the pcs and ran xp network setup on both.From gigabyte i could access files on intel but not vice versa,error cannot find the pc or access denied. In view workgroup computers both pcs are seen on both the computers.Please guide!

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default gateway

by 1bn0 In reply to Crossover cable pc connec ...

Change the default gateway of the gigabyte PC to its own IP address.

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by AYJE In reply to Crossover cable pc connec ...

turn off your firewalls and reboot both machine. I believe you do not need a default gateway

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You can try other protocols

by nentech In reply to Crossover cable pc connec ...

Using tcp/ip between 2 PCs can be difficult
You need to make 1 a server

To do this share a dialup connection

Or you can install the NetBEUI Protocol

For Windows XP

The instructions are found on the Windows CD
In the folder
Valueadd \ Msft \ Net \ Netbeui

Read the Netbeui.txt file for instructions

You can also try the IPX/SPX/NetBIOS Compatible Transport Protocol


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