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Old 20 December 2002, 18:22   #7
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Originally posted by Gunnar
I'm not sure if the bsdsocket library of WinUAE
is enough to do the job?
For example, how can I set the IP address of my machine?
When you enable bsdsocket.library emulation, WinUAE parses ALL your network settings from your PC. So if you set up an IP in your PC, this wil be your "Amiga"'s IP too.

I think what you want to do should work flawlessly using the bsdsocket.library emulation. Just try it out! There's nothing to lose, is there? AmiTCP is a pain in the booty to get running, and Miami might not be as flexible.

Please report your progress, it's an intersting little project
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