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I have just installed OS 9.2 in my Beige G3, and I am being asked questions that I can't answer.
1- IP Address
2-Subnet Mask
3-Router Address

I really don't know how to find any of the above.

Please help, thanks




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It has been a while since worked in OS 9. Be sure that you have you system set to automatic when it comes the IP address. If you are connect straight to the modem, then you ISP will serve you an IP address. If you are connect to a router then you will need to enable DHCP.

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Anybody know if the beastie can fetch all that from a DHCP server automatically? If not, do you have other computers in your network? You could just copy the info from these (changing the last digit of the IP address, of course).
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Is this computer connected to a network or DSL?? Is this the setup assistant asking you these questions or are you just trying to set up networking?
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