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Chapter 20. Networking DOS > Project: Network Client Setup Tips

Project: Network Client Setup Tips

Setting up a DOS network client can be difficult if you're not the network administrator and are trying to reinvent the wheel. To make the job go smoothly, make sure you find out any information specific to your network from the network administrator or person who set up the network. If that doesn't work and you're having trouble connecting to the network, you can “dissect” another user's functioning network connection to see what settings might be wrong on your system. Looking at a working computer's setup can be an invaluable aid in quickly spotting the problem with your own connection.

If, for some reason, the preceding two resources don't help you find a quick answer to your connection problem, try the following tips:


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