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Old 08 July 2007, 13:55   #1
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Nullmodem+TCP on unexpanded A1200

yeah. Like it says. I say "unexpanded" and think memorywise, though I've got a working SurfSquirrel in functional order (though due to memoryhuggings, I may or may not be able to use it).

Anyways:

Of course I have NullModem cable. I wanna use TCP/IP just so I can ftp from the Amiga and retrieve some of the stuff I've downloaded. Another reason, is that no matter how hard I've tried, I've never managed to get programs like PC2Amiga to work under WinXP.

So, anyways. How to setup a functional TCP/IP over nullmodem on both platforms? Don't know if it's any practical use, but the PC will (of course :P ) be the slave
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Old 08 July 2007, 14:47   #2
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Actually, forget it... I found my CD with AF6 and installed AExplorer. Easier.
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