The comp.sys.acorn.networking FAQ
Again no (though see earlier sections for other ways to share files between PCs and Acorn machines). Work is ongoing to add support for AUN to Linux, both over Ethernet and (when running on suitable hardware) native Econet, but there is no usable implementation yet. All Acorn computers since the Master have had their Econet station number stored in the first byte of CMOS RAM. If the battery goes flat, or you reset the CMOS RAM, it will get cleared to zero - this isn't a legal station number.
DOS FAQ by Christoph Fuchs
Florian Xaver postet a list of intersting DOS network links to the FreeDOS mailing list: http://www.freedos.org/freedos/news/technote/157.html. Thanks a lot!
The comp.sys.acorn.networking FAQ
Not easily. Once upon a time there was a card called the "Ecolink" to do this. However, few were made, they weren't always completely reliable, and the drivers only work with MS-DOS 3.3. An Ecolink is probably not something you want to install, except for historical interest value. If all you want to do is be able to talk TCP/IP with machines on the Econet, you can use an Archimedes equipped with Econet and some other interface (Ethernet, serial line, ...) as a gateway.
PC/104 Embedded Systems FAQ, EBX, Linux, Real Time, data acq...
PC/104 systems with multiple processors or peripherals that have Ethernet interfaces can use a PC/104 Ethernet switch or hub board to be networked together. Fast Ethernet and 10BaseT switches or hubs are available with auto-MDI-MDIX network installation and up to five auto-configurable 10/100 transceiver ports. Ethernet connections are made through either onboard RJ-45 jacks or via right-angle Molex connectors that can be used to mount RJ-45 jacks in a faceplate, endcap or enclosure.
thinkbroadband :: Broadband FAQ
With the current adapters you cant, the USB modem is the DSL equivalent of a WinModem and requires some processor power to perform the modem functions and convert the ATM data into TCP/IP for presentation to the PC. There is a Draytek device however which can effetively act as a router and presents ethernet to the user side. See details here.
There are two RJ45 ports at the back of the Bluetooth Access Point, LAN and Uplink (port with a X sign). If you are connecting via a router, please use a standard RJ45 ethernet cable and plug into the LAN port. If you are connecting directly from the ethernet jack on the wall, then you should use a standard RJ45 ethernet cable and plug into the Uplink port (or a crossover RJ45 ethernet cable and plug into the LAN port).
For wired connections users must fill out an IP address request form for each machine they want connected to the network. You will need to enter the hardware (MAC) address for the Ethernet card being used. We use DHCP to provide IP addresses for laptops, whether it is a wireless or wired connection. We will assign static IP addresses for desktop and server machines.
ePanorama.net - Circuits
It is possible to damage equipments when playing with PC vidoe hardware and workstation monitorts. If the monitor has standard video inputs, is workign properly, cable is properly constructed and everything is connected to properly grounded power outlet then the risk of damaging the graphics card is minimal. Some monitors can be damaged by sending wrong frequencies to them, so be sure that you send right frequencies to monitor.
Axis Communications - AXIS 205 Support
Yes, all you have to do is to obtain an IP address from your network administrator and follow the instructions in the installation guide.
Qwest Choice | FAQs
Yes. SELECT customers may have up to four computers connected simultaneously. However, CLASSIC customers may only have one computer connected to the network at a time. Yes, with Choice OnLine you can surf the Net and simultaneously make phone calls or watch TV. To use a fax machine or dial-up modem while surfing the Net, you must have a normal phone line available. Your computer will not allow you to use our Choice OnLine service and dial-up to another Internet service simultaneously.
Yes the SQ2020 2F8, SQ2040 2F16 and the SQ2040 4F16 have inbuilt Ethernet connection. For the SQ2020 1F8 we supply a serial RS232, Ethernet converter kit (SQ20A801) a power adaptor lead is included with the kit to power the modem and the Squirrel from the mains power pack (MPU-12V)
LandView® 6 Frequently Asked Questions
LandView can be set up to run on a local area network as a client server application or installed on personal computer hard drive. Technical details regarding how to do this are provided in the "Alternate LandView Installation" and "Network Installation of LandView" at the LandView 6 Help Internet site. The LandView 6 software runs on Macintosh OS Version 9.2 or later. LandView IV and LandView 5 will also run on the Macintosh OS.
Frequently asked questions about MediaMVP
Stop the MediaMVP services. Click on Start, Programs (or All Programs), Hauppauge MediaMVP, and then Stop. Locate the My Computer icon on your desktop or in your Start menu. Right mouse button click on the My Computer icon and select Manage from the drop down menu. Click on the “+” sign next to the Services and Applications listing and then click on the Services sublisting. Locate and right mouse button click on the name MVPMedia and select Properties from the drop down menu.
Probably. Any wireless receiver supporting the industry standard 802.11b or 802.11g protocols should work. However, in rare cases, we have found wireless receivers which had compatibility issues with the computer upon which it was installed.
MultiNet Software: FAQ
You should try increasing the switch time using "multinet changeparams -switch ". Also make sure the wireless zero config is turned off, and you are able to connect to the network. A way to check for connectivity is by following these steps. Firstly, turn off the MultiNet service, using "net stop MultiNetService". Then, turn on Wireless Zero Configuration, and try connecting to your network. Once you are done testing, turn off Zero Configuration, and turn on the MultiNet service.
MasterPoint - University Support - Internet - FAQ
No. You are not permitted to connect any 'network infrastructure' equipment to the network, therefore it is not possible to connect more than one computer.
Generally, with the equipment we're using - you need to have Line of Sight (LOS) to someone on the network already and they probably need to be within a few miles of you even with a clear LOS. Once you connect to them - you're on the network and should be able to connect to anyone else on the network regardless of how far away from you they are.