In article <VxE7b.910070$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM >, Richard Antony
The problem probably lies in the words "Nexus ethernet card". This sounds
like the cards made for the interesting proprietary Nexus network system
made by SJ Research. Great little system but definitely not ethernet as
we know it. It could be made to operate TCP/IP but only if you had it
running the full Nexus system AFAIK which would mean you would need a
Nexus sharer (roughly a server) and a second real ethernet card in the
machine to talk to the outside world. Not a lot of help to you but I
could probably let you have a sharer on the cheap!
Anyway you should should have been able, if it was an ethernet card, to go
to the Internet configuration dialogue from Network configuration in
Configure and from there chosen Interfaces. Here you could set your your
TCP/IP address. If you can't get that far then you don't have an ethernet
card to configure.
Alan Calder, Milton Keynes, UK.