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About zorak

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  1. I'm using Retrospect Workgroup 5 on a Mac OS X.1.5 Server. Most of the clients are Mac OS 9.2.2. This little office network has 5 "real" IP addresses, but almost all the client machines have NAT addresses (10.0.0.X) that are either dynamically assigned or are static. The server is has a real address. When I click on the Network button to go to the Backup Clients on Network window, all my clients show up just fine. When I click on one that has a real IP address, I can configure it just fine. But, when I click on any one of the NAT-addressed clients, I get the -1028 error. When I switch the TCP settings of one of the non-working client machines so that it has a real IP address, it works fine. Seems like this may be a simple problem, but I don't know too much about this type of thing. Thanks for any help.