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    After you upgrade Microsoft Windows 95 OEM Service Release 2 (OSR2) to Windows 98 on a Compaq Presario 1065 computer, you may experience any the following symptoms: The Presario 336-vsc modem included with the computer does not work properly, and...
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    The remote LMHOSTS file referenced by #INCLUDE in a TCP/IP-32 workstation's LMHOSTS file is not read at logon. If you run NBTSTAT -C after logon, you will not see any hosts referenced in the remote LMHOSTS file.
    This article is a brief summary of RFC 1918 Address Allocation for Private Internets. These are the recommended IP address ranges one can use for hosts that do not require direct access to the Internet. These addresses are filtered by Internet Routers...
    This article describes twisted-pair cabling and its role in the Electronic Industries Association/Telecommunications Industries Association (EIA/TIA)568 Commercial Building Wiring Standard specification.
    Windows NT supports both file transfer protocol (FTP) and trivial file transfer protocol (TFTP) under its implementation of TCP/IP. Both of these protocols can be used for transferring files across the Internet. The differences between the two...
    When you run an FTP script file in Windows for Workgroups version 3.11 with TCP/IP-32, commands like do not work properly.
    Rumba Mainframe version 4.1 works with Microsoft TCP/IP-32. You can obtain a patch from Wall Data to use the other versions of Rumba with TCP/IP-32.
    When "Enable DNS for Windows Names" is selected and you attempt to access a NetBIOS-based system residing in a DNS domain outside of your workstation's default DNS domain, the NetBIOS system is not found. For example, when you run NET VIEW SYS1 where...
    When you perform a NetBIOS name resolution using Domain Name Service (DNS) by enabling the DNS for Windows Name Resolution option, Microsoft TCP/IP-32 adds an extra character to a domain name if the domain name is exactly 15 characters in length...

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