Vintage Macs and Vintage Networking

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Knight
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Vintage Macs and Vintage Networking

Post by Knight » April 22nd, 2008, 12:12 pm

Carl Nygren has been resurrecting vintage Macs and PowerBooks, networking them with LocalTalk, and sharing his stories on a regular basis. How do you use vintage Macs today?

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whhzap
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Re: Vintage Macs and Vintage Networking

Post by whhzap » December 24th, 2008, 4:11 am

i run 10,100,1000 mhz asante switch hub all computer print to a hp 5m with mio print server & all computers talk to each other via whatever speed its ethernet card will run win xp, win 2000, mac osx 10.4.11/B&W G$ 700MHZ (not apple approve), sun ulta, work station solaris 10
mac os 7.6.1/qudra 650/shareway IP. apple talk is turned off as it is too slow. my mac 9600 with os 9.2.2 is a cable modem net router & defacto DNS server via Sustainable softworks Ipnet router 1.6.8
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