anyone utilizing early Macs to access the internet?

Cameron Kaiser spectre at floodgap.com
Tue Sep 23 07:43:34 CDT 2008


> > > I've been told using the compact Macs are an exercise in futility. But
> > > what about the Mac II's? (original II, IIx, IIfx, IIcx).
> > >
> > >  I was just curious.
> > 
> > An SE or SE/30 can accept an ethernet board.  They're kinda rare, but
> > they're out there.
> 
> Or something I've used with an old 68030-based mono Mac laptop - a
> SCSI<->Ethernet box.  It's been 10+ years since I used one, but I
> think mine was made by either Dayna or Asante.

I have a couple Dayna SCSI Ethernet boxes, which I've used on a Mac Plus and
a IIsi. It's slow (around 5MBit/s) but it works.

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