Network Configuration (Windows 9x)

CProxy Server is an Internet based application, and uses the TCP/IP protocol to send and receive data from the Internet and client workstations on your network. Before you can access the Internet, your computer must be able to communicate with the server using this protocol.

To check if TCP/IP is installed on your computer:

  1. Click Start
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select Control Panel
  4. Double click on the Network icon with the left mouse button.
  5. The list of Installed Network Components should contain TCP/IP.
  6. If TCP/IP is not present in the list, then see Installing TCP/IP for Windows 9x*.
  7. If TCP/IP is present on the system, see TCP/IP Configuration.

Note: If the Dial-Up Adapter is present in the list of components like the picture below then TCP/IP needs to be installed twice. This is so that the protocol can bind to both the Network Card and the Dial-Up adapter so that both interfaces can use the protocol. If TCP/IP only appears once in the list, follow the instructions under Installing TCP/IP to bind the protocol to the second interface.

Windows 9x Network Properties Dialog.

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