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Old 20 March 2013, 18:05   #9
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Originally Posted by thomas View Post
If you connect through serial (null modem) cable, the Amiga does not have an IP address. You need to right-click the Amiga Explorer icon, select Properties and change from TCP/IP to serial.

If you use Ethernet to connect your Amiga to the network, you should be able to find out the IP address by examining the TCP/IP software you run on your Amiga. Or check the properties of the Amiga Explorer which works.
So, set both the ip addreses on both the PC's to the same setting as is on the Main PC and:

---With Explorer running on the Amiga, and the main PC AE turned off, when attempting to connect the Old PC to the Amiga, I now get a message that says "conflict accessing the Amiga Explorer resources".
The Cloanto help file states that it is possible that the PC Anti-virus setup could create such a problem. Have yet to interpret their suggestion to resolve.

---PC's can ping each other, but neither can ping the Amiga, even though the Main PC can connect via AE.
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