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    Dial-up networking in W2K – NETBIOS

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    by martin brant ·

    I have a W2K Pro workstation using dial-up networking to connect to my NT4 network. The dial-up connection works fine – I get an IP address can ping servers, connect to the internet etc… but I cannot browse the NT network.

    After some investigation I’ve found the IPCONFIG /ALL indicates that NetBIOS is disabled for the dial-up session.

    Technet etc… say I should turn on NetBIOS over TCP/IP in the WINS dialogue for the connection but the option diesn’t appear.

    Anyone got any ideas?

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    • #3778794

      Dial-up networking in W2K – NETBIOS

      by azizhakim ·

      In reply to Dial-up networking in W2K – NETBIOS

      i am not an I.T pro but i undertook ras project at home.one proposal might be
      1)open services icon from control panel.
      2)scroll down to tcp/ip netbios helper
      3)on startup tab mark it @automatic.
      also
      1)open network icon from control panel.
      2)from your ras server properties select
      ras port & on network tab & configue your ras client to access entire network.check to see if is configured to access server only.then you determine if that was cause. i hope it helps,thought i would participate.fill me in on your status &good luch

      • #3778088

        Dial-up networking in W2K – NETBIOS

        by martin brant ·

        In reply to Dial-up networking in W2K – NETBIOS

        Sorry this wasn’t the problem. I have managed to work this out since and the problem was down to the dial-up connection settings. Basically, you need to set the connection to logon to an NT domain – this gives an extra logon dialogue when you start the connection.

        Martin.

    • #3778793

      Dial-up networking in W2K – NETBIOS

      by azizhakim ·

      In reply to Dial-up networking in W2K – NETBIOS

      i am not an I.T pro but i undertook ras project at home.one proposal might be
      1)open services icon from control panel.
      2)scroll down to tcp/ip netbios helper
      3)on startup tab mark it @automatic.
      also
      1)open network icon from control panel.
      2)from your ras server properties select
      ras port & on network tab & configue your ras client to access entire network.check to see if is configured to access server only.then you determine if that was cause. i hope it helps,thought i would participate.fill me in on your status &good luch

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