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Old 03 July 2002, 17:00   #4
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Miami or Genesis can be used if only the Amiga should have access to the internet using the serial port (and an external modem). This also might be a rather slow solution.

If you enable WinUAE's bsdsocket.library emulation, WinUAE replaces Miami's function and maps all TCP/IP calls to Window's TCP/IP stack. This way you can share Windows's internet connection between Windows and Amiga programs. You can even use a DSL/cable modem connection with your favourite Amiga internet applications. If you now try to start Miami (or Genesis), it will tell you that a TCP/IP stack is already running and quit.
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