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Old 10 May 2001, 00:10   #2
Akira
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Hey!

No need to run AmiTCP (and even if you needed to run a stack, AmiTCP would be the last one I'd use).

WinUAE's bsdsocket.library emulation will let you use your PC's internet connection. This means:

- Connect the PC
- Launch WinUAE
- You've got an emulated Amiga with full TCP/IP access

Every network service you have access to with the PC, will be accessible too thru the Amiga.

If you had to install a stack in a real Amiga, I wouldn't even use AmiTCP. I'd use Miami which is fast, friendly and very cool.
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