Re: Macs on TCP/IP routed networks

Richard Fink ( )
Wed, 09 Jul 1997 21:10:38 -0700

Is MacTCP correctly set to Class-C which them produces the IP address ? It can often be erroneously set to Class-A.


At 10:01 7/9/97 -0700, you wrote:
>At 10:49 AM 7/9/97 +0000, you wrote:
>>Make sure that you do not have any conflicting IP numbers, and the
>>subnet for your machines are set up correctly.
>Thanks Jim ... IP addresses are clean. Only one Mac so far has TCP
>installed, and we can shut it down and use the exact same IPs in a Win95
>client with no problem. Also, we're not subnetting, just assigning static
>IPs from a pool of available addresses.
>I still think it's something we're overlooking or not aware of on the Mac
>OS. Had another suggestion this morning to remove MacTCP and try using the
>newer Open Transport instead.
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