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In one of your other articles you mentioned that it might sometimes be easier to connect computers on a small LAN using a networking protocol other than TCP/IP - you mentioned IPX and Netbeui. Great,so how do I do that?

TCP/IP is the protocol of the internet (in fact, the I stands for Internet), so anything you do on the internet requires that you use TCP/IP.
TCP/IP can be a littledifficult to set up at times, though, because it requires things like routers and subnets and DNS ... oh my! If all you want is a few machines on a small local area network, different protocols might beeasier to setup.

Protocols like IXP/SPX and Netbeui are less efficient, and even somewhat less secure, than TCP/IP, but on a small network that may simply not be an issue. Also, with TCP/IP being thepredominant network protocol these days, not all applications, and not all networking hardware support other protocols.
But the good news is that for simply sharing files and printers across a localarea network, once installed, these protocols usually "just work".
Let's install IPX.
In Control Panel, open up Network Connections:
Right click on Local Area Connection, and click onProperties, and this dialog results:
Click on the Install... button, and this dialog appears:
Click on Protocol, and click Add.... After a few seconds, a dialog similar to this will appear:[pic]
Click on the NWLink IPX/SPX... protocol, and click OK. The protocol will be installed.
Once you're done, you'll return to the Properties dialog, only this time the new protocol will be listed:[pic]
Click on Close, and it's likely you'll then need to reboot your machine for the installation to complete.
Now you'll note that Netbeui was not one of the options. That's because technicallyNetbeui is no longer a supported protocol by Microsoft. However, they still include the drivers on the Windows XP CD-ROM. The process is similar to what we just did for IPX, but rather than walk...