Re: [NTLK] trying to connect to internet...

From: T. (
Date: Fri Jun 14 2002 - 16:06:07 EDT

Actually, ok, I would be willing to run a Mac IP Server. How or where
do I get one?


At 9:41 PM +0200 6/14/02, <> wrote:
>On Wed, 12 Jun 2002, T. wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am trying to get my little eMate to surf the web, do the email
>> thing, etc. I installed the newest OS for it, installed all the NIE
>> 2.0 components, etc. I configured my internet setup as Mac IP Server
>> Manual, and assigned it the IP address that my firewall is passing to
>> it. But that is the problem. The eMate wasnts to find a Mac IP
>> Server. I don't know that I have one. Do I? My firewall does DHCP &
>> ANAT, but not Mac IP Server. So, how do I tell this cutey to see the
>> DHCP server as it complains of failure due to DNS error? I am trying
>> to do this over LocalTalk as I cannot find my ethernet dongle that
>> plugs into my 3Com card. Lost it a few years ago & it is lonely
>> wanting its cable/dongle-thing.
>Well if you want to connect vial localtalk you will need a Nac IP server.
>You most likely do not have one. (Do you have zones on your local talk
>network?) You can set up a Mac IP server using a macintosh and the
>appropriate software, but I assume that is not what you want. If I ere you
>I would buy a new ethernet card. Meanwhile there is a sufficient range of
>cards supported by the newt and some of them are really inexpensive.
>Andrew Maier
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