First off sorry if this question has been asked before I'm new to the forums. Let me explain my network setup real quick. I have a Compaq 500Mhz with Win2K, Macintosh Performa 6200CD with Mac OS9 (Machine is too old to upgrade to Mac OSX from what I've read on the internet), Packard Bell 75Mhz with Fedora Core 4, and my main computer a custom built 64Bit 2.1 Gigahertz AMD machine with 32Bit Windows XP Professional installed on it, that all these machines are connected to a Linksys WRT54GS - Wireless-G Broadband Router with SpeedBooster, via the ethernet cable connections. I also have a wireless HP 1.2 Gigahertz laptop with Windows XP Professional. That connects wirelessly to the router. Each machine has a set default IP. Because I have a FTP, Telnet, IRC, and Web server, on the machines hooked up via ethernet cable. With Linksys for port forwarding measures, setting the machines to there own IP address is the best way. The problem I'm having is the Mac talks to the router and the internet fine. But if I'm on my Windows machines it is not listed as being on my network, and I have no idea on the Mac how to tell if the Windows machines are listed. I'm very new to Macintosh and the Mac was given to me free, so thought I would plug it into Network since we do programming just full around with compiling Mac OS9 versions of our software, just for kicks and grins. So any help getting the Windows system to see the Macintosh and vise versa would bet gratefull.