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Enabling Netbios on Windows networks
This guide will help you connect using the Ethernet's netbios naming to connection to your Gemini 2.
Enabling NetBios over TCIP for Local Network:
Netbios is what will allow you to use the
http://gemini if using
a web page to access the Web interface, |
or ftp://admin@gemini if using Windows File manager to access the directories/files of the micro SDcard, instead of http://192.168.0.111 (or what ever the Gemini-2 ip address is), or again ftp://firstname.lastname@example.org for accessing the SD card contents.
Some Windows systems do not have NetBios enabled.
Note: Normally the default setting on Windows assumes the following: "Use NetBios setting from the DHCP server."
However, if a static IP address is used or the DHCP server does not provide NetBios setting, then enable NetBios over TCIP"
This is how you enable NetBios over TCP/IP:
To enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP on Windows 7:
An alternet method of doing this is:
|To Enable Netbios on Windows XP
|To Enable Netbois on 95/96/ME
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