|Network Configuration NT4
TCP/IP Configuration - Windows NT4
TCP/IP, like any other networking protocol, requires configuration before data can be sent
across a network successfully. All protocol configuration, including TCP/IP, is done
through the networking section of Control Panel.
- From Network, click
the Protocols tab.
- Highlight TCP/IP and
click Properties to open the TCP/IP properties menu.
- Click on the tab labeled IP
CProxy Server: TCP/IP
Configuration - NT
- Enter the IP Address assigned to this
workstation in the IP Address field - e.g. 192.168.0.1
- Enter a subnet mask in the field
labeled Subnet Mask - e.g. 255.255.255.0
- Leave the default gateway field
- Press OK to complete configuration.
You must restart the workstation for the protocol changes to take place.
Testing TCP/IP Communication
When TCP/IP has been installed on two or more workstations, it can be tested by running a
MSDOS command prompt, entering PING 192.168.0.2 followed by the return
If TCP/IP has been installed
correctly, a ping reply like the one shown below will be displayed four times on the
Reply from 192.168.0.2: bytes=32
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