If the AudioTron sees the 'clients' but not the Server, try this:
Check the IP address and subnet mask of the AudioTron and the Server.
- If they are the same then there is the problem.
- If they are not, then see if you can ping from the server to the
- If you can, then check the "arp" cache to make sure that you are talking
to the AudioTron.
Ping the AudioTron from a second node to see if it gets the same replies.
- If the addresses are alright and the ping works, then work up to the
NetBIOS level: Make sure that the server is set to allow NetBIOS over
At that point, you should at least see the Server from the AudioTron.
ARP stands for Address Resolution Protocol and is a 6 figure byte.
It is the protocol that translates between the IP address and the Physical
address of the Audiotron.
To check it, create a command prompt and type (arp -a). This will give a
list of the current translations. NOTE: these time out fairly quickly so you
should do some operation that communicates with the Audiotron (like ping)
just before attempting this.
If it has communicated with an Audiotron, you should see a physical address
of a form 00-04-32-xx-xx-xx.
For more info on arp, just type arp at the command prompt and it will give
you a help.