Remote Access and Modems (Windows 95 / 98)
Microsoft implements Dial-Up Networking (DUN) and Remote Access Service (RAS) support in Windows 95 and Windows 98 to support remote network connectivity.
Windows 95/98 Networking FAQs
Several Frequently Asked Questions lists have been compiled for Windows 95 and Windows 98 networking.
Windows 95/98 Dial-Up Networking (DUN)
Windows DUN supports modem dial-up access to the Net.
Troubleshooting Windows 95/98
The ability to troubleshoot Windows networking problems is extremely valuable but requires much study and experience.
UNC - A Definition
Universal Naming Convention (UNC) is used by Windows to identify server, share and file names in a standard way.
Peer-to-Peer with Microsoft Windows
Windows clients can be configured into a peer-to-peer network relatively easily, a configuration suitable for homes and small businesses.
Windows 98 On Microsoft Networks
Microsoft TechNet presents an overview of Windows 98 networking including the install and configuration of the Client for Microsoft Networks.
Configuring Windows 98 For Use On A Network
Scroll halfway down this page to access Chapter 12 in Microsoft TechNet's Windows 98 training kit. Learn how to name your computer, install the network adapter, install and configure protocols including TCP/IP, and more.
Sharing and Mapping
A full set of screen shots describe both ends of Windows network file sharing -- drive mapping and folder sharing.
Networking with Windows 95
This document provides an in-depth look at installing and configuring the networking software included with Windows 95.
Using Windows 95 Telnet
Telnet is a basic network terminal service used to log into remote computers for services like Mud and MOO games.
Network Basics / Cabling
J. Helmig answers some common questions on installing network hardware for Windows 95/98.
Connecting Windows NT to Windows 95 with a Null-Modem Cable
Microsoft Support article Q142065 explains the process of connecting a serial cable for the purpose of networking Windows 95 computers cheaply.
Windows 95 Networking How-To Guide
Microsoft Windows Support maintains these "how-to" articles covering various in-depth topics of Windows 95 networking.
Error Messages When Running TCP/IP Programs
In Windows 95, the Winsock 2 update can cause TCP/IP networking problems including ping and Internet Explorer error messages.