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I am in a bit of a unknown situation. I have sucessfully set up Fedora Core 1 and Windows 95 for Internet Connection Sharing.
When Windows 95 or Fedora wants internet, Fedora dials out on the serial modem connected to the Fedora computer.
The problem is, since I have been messing with Samba... the Windows 95 machine causes Fedora to intermittently connect to the internet.
Here's my setup:
Windows 95: 192.168.1.10
Here's Windows 95 network config for TCP/IP on the 10/100 nic:
Specify an IP address is checked:
IP address: 192.168.1.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
and the Enable DNS is checked...
These are the DNS settings for my ISP.
As I said... Windows did not do this until I started to setup Samba. I haven't gotten Samba completely working yet, but I am just wondering why Windows would request Internet access just because I setup some SMB shares...
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