|Subject:||Re: Home network problem|
|Posted by:||vze1xjz (vz…@verzn.net)|
|Date:||Sat, 24 Dec 2005|
In article <412msrF1cm3af…@individual.net>, bob…@aventuremail.com
> I have set-up a home network for my desktop and notebook computers. I am
> running XP Pro on my desktop and XP Home on the notebooks. All use wireless
> networking connected to the Internet via a wireless modem/router.
> Internet access worked perfectly on all systems.
> But I can't get my home network to work.
XP Home is not networkable. I'm pretty sure that's the case, but even
You might try to use Start-Run-\ipaddress and see if a window pops up
with the shared contents.
Can you ping the machines from the other machines?
Another thought is that your wireless network is not ad-hoc, but looking
to an access point, which is necessary to get to the internet. The
wireless router might be blocking station to station traffic.
Dont' turn on NWLink. That's netware.
Home network problem posted by Bobby on Fri, 23 Dec 2005