Classic mac fun (and some questions)
brianlanning at gmail.com
Fri Jun 5 12:15:48 CDT 2009
On Fri, Jun 5, 2009 at 12:11 PM, Cameron Kaiser<spectre at floodgap.com> wrote:
>> > You should see (the Q700 has built-in Ethernet IIRC) something like
>> > LocalTalk and the built-in Ethernet. Select Ethernet in MacTCP, and click
>> > More... if you want to adjust things like subnet mask and so on.
>> > If you are using an ENet card in one of the NuBus slots, make sure you
>> > have a driver for it. I would just use the built-in ENet; AAUI connectors
>> > are dirt-cheap and common as, well, dirt.
>> I have the AAUI connector. I'm thinking it's working since I get a
>> light on the hub. I was able to switch it from appletalk to tcp/ip
>> and set it to dhcp, but it looks like it didn't even try to ask for an
>> ip address.
> I've never used MacTCP for DHCP. Assign it a static address first and
> see how far you get.
ok. I'm lost without a command line. Is there a version of ping in
there somewhere? What about samba/windows shares or maybe ftp?
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