[NTLK] snow leopard ethernet
george.japaridze at gmail.com
Wed May 19 09:00:48 EDT 2010
On May 19, 2010, at 4:07 AM, Bryan N Iotti wrote:
> Uhm... I manage to connect fine but I'm not using ZeroConf... try entering the IP address of the Mac.
> For this to work, you need to have the Dock TCP/IP option installed on the Newton.
> Open Dock on the Newton. Select TCP/IP. Tap the Prefs button.
The message I get when taping Dock TCP/IP Prefs button is "Problem has occurred (-48809)"
Reboot does not help :-(
> Select the Manual Setting radio button. Enter the IP address, leave the port number as is.
> On the Mac, check that no firewall is blocking the default Dock port, 3679.
> Open NCX
> On the Newton, tap connect and they should connect.
> I suggest not using the ZeroConf option because I remember I had read the it had some issues and might not work properly. In my case, the manual setting works fine
> Let me know if it works!
> On May 18, 2010, at 18:29 , Woody Smith wrote:
>> I've been attempting to assist one of our fellow members off list with
>> connecting his 2100 to Snow Leopard via ethernet and NCX.
>> He is using WiFi and has his Newton properly set up. He has connected
>> to a G3 running 10.3 and is able to see the Snow machine when using
>> Dock> ethernet> other computer but after selecting it the connection
>> Any advice?
>> The NewtonTalk Mailing List - http://newtontalk.net/
>> The Official Newton FAQ - http://splorp.com/newton/faq/
>> The Newton Glossary - http://splorp.com/newton/glossary/
>> WikiWikiNewt - http://tools.unna.org/wikiwikinewt/
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> The Official Newton FAQ - http://splorp.com/newton/faq/
> The Newton Glossary - http://splorp.com/newton/glossary/
> WikiWikiNewt - http://tools.unna.org/wikiwikinewt/
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