Win 98 setup?

Tyran Ormond ormondt "at" cvwrf.state.ut.us
Wed, 30 Jan 2002 20:19:55 +0000


On 02:57 PM 1/30/2002 -0500, it would appear that Lee Douglas wrote:
>Luke,
>
>If you dial in, you don't have an IP address. An IP address is used to let 
>others find you when you /are/ on the Internet.
>
>This is  probably not a very good application for VNC. I'd really suggest 
>you look at pcAnywhere, which is much better suited to dial in and is very 
>inexpensive if BYU look at ebay or similar.

Only if you use the default settings.  Go to dial-up 
networking|connections|dial-up server|server type and choose PPP.  As to 
assigning the host an ip address, I don't believe that you can and although 
I actually setup the scenario Luke's after for a client, it's been so long 
ago that I don't remember all the hoops I had to jump through.


Tyran Ormond
Programmer/LAN Technician
Central Valley Water
ormondt "at" cvwrf.state.ut.us
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