434 Practical Modern SCADA Protocols: DNP3, 60870.5 andRelatedSystems After boot up, double click on the Network Neighborhood icon The screen should look something like this but the computer names will be different. This shows that there are two computers on the network. The third computer is the router. It is not shown because the server setup is not installed on the routing computer. All WIN95 computers on the network should be displayed. If you cannot see all of the computers then you will need to troubleshoot the system. Troubleshooting the network 1. Turn off the computer that cannot be seen. 2. Verify that the 10BaseT cables are connected at both ends. 3. Verify that the PCMCIA card is inserted completely. 4. Verify that the hub is powered up and the lights are on. 5. Turn the computer back on again. Once the computer is booted up, log on using the correct password. 6. On the other computers click refresh under the view pull down menu. 7. If the computer still doesn’t come up then you will need to continue with the next section and setup TCP/IP.
Implementation/setting up TCP/IP Click on the START button on the bottom of the screen and go to settings. Appendix D: Practicals 435 Click on Control Panel. In the Control Panel click on Network icon