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Thread: Windows Xp Question Again

  1. #1
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    Question Windows Xp Question Again

    Responding to the windows xp question about connecting to another pc using
    dos i know all of the commands im trying to connect, do i need something on
    my machine turned on or off im not trying to find the ip i already have the
    ip i can connect with my other pc (windows 98) to get the netbios chart but
    the problem with that is that my other pc doesn't have a find computer
    option so there for i can't really connect i don't know why but it doesn't
    so how may i connect using dos because i don't know much about telnet and
    connecting . i have the ip then when i try to connect using dos in nbtstat
    -A the netbios chart doesn't come up with the <20> to see what that pc's
    sharing . im also trying to do this on a dial-up toshiba labtop. with win xp
    but when i have the ip and type nbtstat -A 123.456.78 and hit enter it
    replys......"local area connection"
    Node IP address: [0.0.0.0] scope Id:[]
    Host not found
    \device\Netbt_Tcpip_<455A890D-44D-4D8A-989c-c114COBE 4760.: node ip address:
    [172.138.127.24] scope id: []
    Host not found

    does this have anything to do with my local listing or something ....
    please help thank you ..

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    I have read both your post but I do not have a good idea of what your trying to do.


    Could you start over with what your school project is meant to accomplish?


    If you simply want to connect to a share then open your "run" box and type \\computername\share and a window to that share will pop-up. (replace "computername" with the remote computer's name and "share" with the shared folder's name.)

    If you want to see what the computer is sharing then type \\computername and a window of open shares will pop-up.

    Note that you can also use the computer's IP address in place of the "computername".




    Good Luck


    EDIT Have you ran the "networking wizard" on the XP laptop?
    Last edited by Ghost_Hacker; 07-09-2002 at 12:17 PM.
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