With OEM Win95, this can't be helped. You can have a network card
driver, and a seperate dial-in serial network driver, but you only
have one TCP/IP stack thats shared between the dialin and network
drivers. Any changes made by one is automaticlly reflected to the
I haven't tried it yet, but FTP On-net for Win95 claims to support
multiple network and dial-in configurations. It replaces the Win95
TCP/IP stack with its own custom stack. ( I haven't heard how well
the WINSOCK 2.0 compliance is as well) The full version is pricy, and
supports IPv6, IPSEC, and mobile IP.
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On Wed, 23 Apr 1997, Viorel Dehelean wrote:
> Why in Windows 95 when i change the settings for TCP/IP for Dial Up Adapter
> , it automaticaly changes the settings for TCP/IP for NE200 card ?
> How can i fix that ?
> Best Regards ,
> Viorel Dehelean AKA Powerman - Risc Team
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