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Old 23 February 2009, 18:39   #8
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I did say that.
I see (now).

What's the main differences between Miami and MiamiDX?
Miami Deluxe allows multiple interfaces, for example you can configure it as a NAT router if you have more than one NIC. Additionally it has a firewall.

A normal user does not need it.

BTW, if you are happy with Miami, you could as well use Genesis. There is a key for Genesis on the AmigaOS 3.9 CD which unlocks the demo version on Aminet, too.

Or you could use AmiTCP V3 it you are familiar with manual network configuration.

AmiTCP V3 is used by EasyNet from AmigaKit, too.
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