>Can 3.1 machines even use Proxy???
Don't see why not but I haven't done it.
> If so, what TCP/IP stack do I use to connect
> to the NT machine through DOS?
On your NTServer CDROM in the \Clients folder. There is a 32 bit
(Tcp32wfw) for Win 3.11 and a 16 bit (Msclient) for DOS.
Don't know about the rest of your questions.
Hope this helps,
Dolphin Communications Inc.
At 03:11 PM 7/14/97 -0500, you wrote:
>I am sorry to post 2 questions in one day, but we are running
>into one big problem.
> Here is the scenario: We have got Godzilla the NT machine running 4.0
>with 128MB of RAM that needs to have the following:
>- 2 token ring network cards IPX/SPX
>- Microsoft Proxy Server installed and working with support for
>Macintosh and 3.1 clients
>- A "cyber nanny" program that works with Proxy Server.
> Currently, (since we don't have a local token ring network), we
>have two ethernet cards in the machine. Proxy Server is installed and
>working fine for '95 clients. We are having problems with our 3.1
>machines. Can 3.1 machines even use Proxy??? If so, what TCP/IP stack do
>I use to connect to the NT machine through DOS? The Proxy Software that
>is supposed to be loaded onto the client's machine is trying to use
>"NET USE" which doesn't exist on a 3.1 machine (we are using Trumpet
> Next part...is Proxy Server going to work with the IPX/SPX Novell
>network that the customer has at their site (huge school by the way)?
> And finally, does anyone know a good "cyber babysitter" software
>that works well with Proxy Server?
> I would really appreciate any help we can get it. Right now I
>am REALLY stuck (and it's not even really on NT stuff :) )
> Jason Hess
> CIOE Corporation
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