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How do i network the mac and PC using a router


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HI,
I am running Mac OS 9 on most machines, actually, its these machines which is important to connect to a PC. Iv plugged the PC in to the router, but the Macs cant see it. Is there a way of doing it so the Macs can see the pc? If possible back work on to it.
And “NO” the PC cant see them either.
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This may help you work it out.
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=19652

Good luck.
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