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maccabbi

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Everything seems to be working well except my network. I enabled sharing without any trouble and my tiger machines can see leopard but leopard doesn't seem to see any of the tiger machines. Any ideas?

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Idea: (this is brilliant, as it is really how TCP is designed, and it works on all platforms as well)

1. Give computer 1-4 IP adresses 10.1.1.1 <> 10.1.1.4
2. Use CMD+K in Finder, use afp://10.1.1.x for server connections.

This is essentialy stripped-down zero configuration networking. Take out the middle man, just configure this in all Network panes on the computers.

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I've actually already done that. I'm using an airport and couldn't figure out how to manually assign ips under 10.0.1.200 and still allow the airport to assign an ip to a visiting computer, but it works fine with 10.0.1.201 and so on added to my favorits list, but then again if there is a visiting computer I have to look up what adress was asigned to it and then connect. Doesn't seem very Mac to me. Proabbly won't be an issue witht the final release. I was just wondering if other people are haveing the same prob or if it's just me.

Thanks for the reply kazuran





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