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Offline actung_bab

Re: Amiga 1200 and pc networked by crossover cable
« Reply #30 on: December 24, 2007, 06:03:07 AM »
l did have one of my mb (1200) with this fix ,
the guy that did the cnet.device (kiwi) he had computer shop.
but l had to use another motherboard as it didnt work with my ppc card (id4)
l just use a pcmcia card brought years ago works fine
athough l too am having trouble networking to the pc (xp)
 :-)
Acthung baby
http://telnet://midnight-blue.dyndns.org
Cnet 4.60 PRO bbs software
Amiga 1200 020 14 mhz mbz 1200 z pcmcia network card 4 meg ram 2 Gb scandisk cf
Amiga 2000 020
Amiga 4000 030 25 mhz broken
Amiga x 4 1200
x 6 Sony Ps 3 Orginal 60 gb 4  port usb 160 gb hd (os 4.1 ready :-)
what can i say i like thse machines
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Offline actung_bab

Re: Amiga 1200 and pc networked by crossover cable
« Reply #31 on: December 24, 2007, 06:06:10 AM »
u might have to use maimi dx version l regestered both maimi and maimi dx not sure why know ;-)
must been reason though.
damm l cant even network between my 2 pcs gezz must lost the plot
l remember doing this with win 98 easy.
damm pcs.

l going try again tonight hope l dont go crazy in the atempt. :-)
Acthung baby
http://telnet://midnight-blue.dyndns.org
Cnet 4.60 PRO bbs software
Amiga 1200 020 14 mhz mbz 1200 z pcmcia network card 4 meg ram 2 Gb scandisk cf
Amiga 2000 020
Amiga 4000 030 25 mhz broken
Amiga x 4 1200
x 6 Sony Ps 3 Orginal 60 gb 4  port usb 160 gb hd (os 4.1 ready :-)
what can i say i like thse machines
x 3 XBOX 360 1x xbox 360 slim
url=http://avatars.jurko.net][/url]
 

Offline Trev

Re: Amiga 1200 and pc networked by crossover cable
« Reply #32 on: December 24, 2007, 06:57:33 AM »
Perhaps the simplest way to get your Amiga on the network is to bridge the ethernet and wireless adapaters in your PC. You do not need to enable internet connection sharing.

With bridging enabled, you'll manage a single virtual interface in your PC, which should be configured to use DHCP if you have a router or other device acting as a DHCP server.

Configure Miami to use DHCP as well. With bridging enable on the PC, all frames sent from your Amiga will be relayed through the bridge to the rest of the network. The bridge knows which devices are on which physical link and will relay frames between the segments as required.

Note, you can use static addresses if you want. With bridging enable, all devices are on the same subnet, e.g. 192.168.0.0/24. In that case, your router might be 192.168.0.1, your PC might be 192.168.0.2, and your Amiga might be 192.168.0.3. The subnet mask is 24 bits, 255.255.255.0. The default gateway is the router, 192.168.0.1. If you router provides DNS forwarding, your primary DNS server would be 192.168.0.1, too. (The router itself would use your ISP's DNS servers.)

All traffic between the Amiga and the PC will stay on the link between the Amiga and the PC. Any broadcast traffic from the Amiga, e.g. DHCP requests, will be forwarded to the router's segment.

All traffic from the Amiga destined for the router or a local host on the router's segment will be forwarded by the PC to the router's segment.

All traffic from the router or the router's segment destined for the Amiga will be forwarded by the PC to the Amiga.

(Internet connection sharing is convenient if your PC is connected directly to the Internet or another "public" network and you want to share that connection with other systems. Bridging is not used in thise case, and instead, the PC acts as a router. The local interface selected during the configuration of connection sharing will be assigned a static IP address by Windows and will host a small DHCP service. At any rate, it shouldn't be necessary in your case.)

(Some folks have also mentioned using the system's IP address as its default gateway, e.g. an IP of 192.168.0.3 and a gateway of 192.168.0.3. What this does is send all frames out to the local segment unmodified. It provides a convenient way to logically subnet a network without a router. It's particularly useful when using virtual networks in Virtual Server, VMware, and other products when it's not possible to set up virtual segments or you don't want to waste resources running a virtual host as a router. Note that it doesn't actually do what segmenting and subnetting were intended to do, which is reduce congestion on a local segment.)

Trev
 

Offline _ThEcRoW

Re: Amiga 1200 and pc networked by crossover cable
« Reply #33 on: December 24, 2007, 03:13:09 PM »
I have installed genesis to see if it was a miami realated problem, but genesis refuses to work as well. It goes online as miami, but no packets in or out.
Genesis says a warning message: sana2_getaddresses() failed.
I hve been searching through google with no luck.
I'm using an a1200 1d4 board and a apollo 030 50 mhz on this miggy. could be the id4 revision the problem as someone suggested above?
Amiga 1200 desktop. Apollo 030/50 Mhz 8mb ram + ClassicWB + Wb 3.1
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Offline meega

Re: Amiga 1200 and pc networked by crossover cable
« Reply #34 on: December 24, 2007, 03:33:23 PM »
Does the mmu work on your Apollo?
:)
 

Offline _ThEcRoW

Re: Amiga 1200 and pc networked by crossover cable
« Reply #35 on: December 24, 2007, 03:42:51 PM »
This Apollo mounts a 68ec030, so no mmu on the chip. It has a coprocessor socket for putting in a copro.
It's this card: http://amiga.resource.cx/exp/apollo1230mk1
Amiga 1200 desktop. Apollo 030/50 Mhz 8mb ram + ClassicWB + Wb 3.1
Amiga 500 + ACA500Plus + 16gb CF | ECS Power!!!
C64 DTV + Keyboard mod. Waiting for a 1541 disk ve...
Mac Mini G4 1.42Ghz 1gb OSX(tiger)/Morphos 3.7 Registered
C64mini + usb drive with loads of games...
 

Offline meega

Re: Amiga 1200 and pc networked by crossover cable
« Reply #36 on: December 24, 2007, 04:04:00 PM »
So how does the Apollo map its memory? What range does it use?
:)
 

Offline _ThEcRoW

Re: Amiga 1200 and pc networked by crossover cable
« Reply #37 on: December 24, 2007, 04:16:09 PM »
$1C00000-$23FFFFF  (8.0 meg)
that says in showconfig.
Also board +rom (HD?) (unidentified): Prod=8738/35($2222/$23) (@$E90000 64k)
I got all the memory at booting minus the required for loading the os kernel and various things, so i think that the accelerator runs fine.
Amiga 1200 desktop. Apollo 030/50 Mhz 8mb ram + ClassicWB + Wb 3.1
Amiga 500 + ACA500Plus + 16gb CF | ECS Power!!!
C64 DTV + Keyboard mod. Waiting for a 1541 disk ve...
Mac Mini G4 1.42Ghz 1gb OSX(tiger)/Morphos 3.7 Registered
C64mini + usb drive with loads of games...
 

Offline meega

Re: Amiga 1200 and pc networked by crossover cable
« Reply #38 on: December 24, 2007, 04:30:43 PM »
And what range does the PCMCIA device use? Can you test using the Blizzard and do you still get the problem?
:)