No I have windows 98SE on one and Windows XP on the other computer.I will print the instruction out. Buf I think I will run into problems with this new set up because it is different.MAC Address: Start>Run>type "cmd" (no quotes) & at the prompt "ipconfig /all" (noo quotes and watch the spacing)
It's both. winipcfg is the graphical interface.Couriant said:I thought Windows 98 it was winipcfg?
Should I check to see if the ports are block or not ?And how can I tell if some hacker is trying my ports?Common Ports
Pop 3 110
Remote Desktop 3389
PC Anywhere 5631
Okay so you can't change it, but what if it is not coming up and how will I tell the computer my mac address ?the mac address cant be changed it is burned into each networking device and is the ID for that device
Well could I not get some kind of software to trace the internet packets?if you want to set up some thick security, they know their stuff especially the ones with the little gold shield near their name.