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Old 26 October 2011, 01:15   #1
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Networking WinUAE and my real Amiga

1-) Is it possible (probably yes)
2-) Can my real Amiga see the PC drives mounted by WinUAE?
3-) Can someone help me do it? What do I need to do? How do I determine what IP WinUAE is using?

I can use AExporer to transfer files. I also have Samba installed on my real Amiga but there are problems between Windows7 and Amiga. Connection is inconsistent.
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Old 03 November 2011, 12:30   #2
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AFAIK, the SMB stack used by WinVista and Win7, is version2, it's possible to reset this to only use the SMB v1 commands and controls, search google for networking win7 and win2k (Win2k uses the same SMB-version as Amiga SAMBA, so once you've set Win7 to use the older SMB, the Amiga should do perfectly)

Other than that, I've never networked WinUAE with other computers, only used the internal BSDsocket to run internet, so I don't know how to do that. However, for some quick thoughts, Toni has made a "proper" network-"driver" so that it should be entirely possible to do what you want. read the WinUAE docsfor more (and better) info than what I can give
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