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Old 09-17-2003, 06:54 PM   #1
Romulan
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Registered: Aug 2003
Location: Amarillo Texas
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Unhappy Netwoking 101


Ok.. one last time. I have posted questions here only to have my thread hijacked by someone never to get my question answered and bla bla bla whine whine whine... Maybe I needed to put my question somewhere else...

Here is the question... I have a new install of redhat 9.0 connected via a hub to a multi boot machine with two nic's.. My redhat can ping on of the cards but not the other card.

The other machine is always booted to win2k and the card that I can ping is wired via a hub to the linux box. Note that the win2k cannot ping the redhat and the firewall has been shut down etc. etc. etc.

Any idea's anyone on what file needs to have what in it to make this work?

Please feel free to get REAL basic. Talk to me like I am an idoit.. I don;t care... so long as I can make this work.
 
  


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