problum about lan configuration

  • sidharth
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Post 3+ Months Ago

hi
i wana connect my pc to lan .?
help me how to configure any settings and how to do? :wink:
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Post 3+ Months Ago

First off....who's lan? Yours or some company/organization/neighbor's? :)
  • sidharth
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Post 3+ Months Ago

this is actually in campus
when i had configure the lan settings.....evrythng go al rightlan is active but i can't getb to any person's shared document :lol: i had installed linux by default......
tell me wheathet firewall is enabled or not
if yes then how to get rid of it?????????
  • sidharth
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Post 3+ Months Ago

lan meant here is LOCAL AREA NETWORK.
but i was thinking people here at least so intelligent they can understand wht is the meaning of lan.
now would you please help me.
  • this213
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You're going to need quite a bit more information than what you're giving.

If you can get to the internet from that system, then you are on the LAN - sharing documents (usually) requires that you be part of the LAN's domain as well - which is an entirely different story.

To join your domain, you have to set up the system as someone who's authorized to do so (meaning they have that privilege on the DC - Domain Controller), then you'll have to log in to that system as a valid domain user, menaing a user who's account information is in (and controlled by) the domain controller.

If you're authorized to join the network, you should have such information available, or know who to talk to to get set up.

If you're interested in the technical aspects of this, I suggest you google for "Active Directory", and "SMB with LDAP and Kerberos"

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