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The Windows 95 Networking FAQ
by Mark Juric and Jim Leonard, 1995/10/15

Q: How can I have two interfaces on the same Win95 box?
A: You can't.

Q: How do I set up a single interface to have two IP addresses?
A: You can't.

Q: Is it possible to throttle or limit the bandwidth coming in or out
   of my Win95 box?
A: No.

Q: How can I examine data traffic on my interface?
A: You can't.

Q: How do I change my IP address without rebooting?
A: Use DHCP.

Q: What if I don't use DHCP?  How do I change my IP address without a reboot?
A: You can't.

Q: How do I lookup domain names?
A: You can't.

(From an e-mail going around from someone who's evidentally never heard of
command line options)
Q: How do I continuously ping a host?
A: Write a batch file.  Example:

	C:\> type pinging.bat



Q: How do I do NFS, AFS, or any other file sharing protocol other than SMB?
A: You can't.

Q: How do I share files with a non-Microsoft machine?
A: A what?

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