Where do I enter the address into? What router config?
Ok, I got them to be able to see each other now but when I double click on ComputerA from ComputerB it says:
//ComputerA is not accessible
No Permission to access this resource
I refreshed the Network Neighborhood and it still showed ComputerA but I still get that error message. I have TCP/IP, NETBUEI, and IPX/SPX installed on both computers too. On my Windows 2000 computer it says IPX/SPX/NETBIOS compatible and on my Windows 98 computer is only says IPX/SPX compatible. I doubt this is the problem but thought I should add that.
<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by travbrad1001 on 07/11/02 03:18 AM.</EM></FONT></P>
Question 2: You have to share something on both computers (or at least enable file sharing in network properties). If that doesn't work then your problem sounds just like mine, thread: Networking Oddity?!
Sorry, I got a DNS server up and running now and put up a crappy little website. Now I still have one problem though. I cant view the website myself. The address is http://travbrad.dyndns.org and I cant view it from either computer on my network. I can view the site from 2 of my friends houses though for some reason. I made an update to the site and then went to it on my friends computer and saw that the update was there. Why cant I view it from my LAN though??
Yes, the machines on the LAN I try to access the server from can view other websites just fine. They just cant see travbrad.dyndns.org for some reason. Two of my friends can see the site from their house though for some reason.
I also know they are not just viewing a cached page because I make an update to the website and had them tell me what it said over the phone.
what is your DNS settings in your foward look up zone, do you have a entry for your web site in DNS for your lan and do you have a foward to your isp DNS servers?(what is providing your DNS server service)