Re: Macs on TCP/IP routed networks

Mike K ( (no email) )
Wed, 9 Jul 1997 09:05:14 -0400

I don't know exactly where its at( control panel most likely) but there is
an option to load tcp/ip as needed or on startup.

You might want to check that also.

Mike K
NetDotCom Internet Services

> From: Ted Olson <>
> To:
> Subject: Macs on TCP/IP routed networks
> Date: Tuesday, July 08, 1997 10:48 PM
> We have lots of Mac dial-up subscribers, having no problems (well,
> out of the ordinary anyway <g>). Before continuing, I'll plead guilty to
> knowing just enough about Macs to be considered semi-armed and definitely
> dangerous.
> We've recently been busy at one of our local schools adding several
> classroom Macs to a new Ethernet network with NT40 servers. All has gone
> pretty smoothly, NICs installed, seeing the servers, file exchange
> fine, etc.
> But, the Internet connection stumped me today. With everything in MacTCP
> configured with what I'm *sure* are the right values -- they work fine on
> the same system's Win95 clients, all of which are up on the 'Net with no
> problem -- we're getting a consistent "Netscape unable to create a
> sockets connection" error message (next task tonight is to look for a
> MacPing utility). Anyone out there know of anything else that needs to be
> checked?
> Thanks,
> -Ted
> OCSNet
> Porterville, California
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