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muhammad jamil

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i want to ask something. my computer is connected to MAC lan system. i want to connect to other computers is it possible or not. if posible how can iconfigure
also i have a hub
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All computers on a network can connect to another computer, otherwise there wouldn't be any point in networking them :whistling: Depending on your needs you may need additional software to do it.
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which kind of software i need. also how can i connect to another computers by making my computer as a server but my network LAN server is other
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A computer can be a server by just sitting somewhere idle with a network connection. That's commonly a file server which can also double up as a standalone PC. All you do is share a bunch of folders from Windows and that's it, one file server.
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