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By edoz

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21-07-2011, 17:13

Ok .. My first ping on my MSX is just history Wink .. the same day the spaceshuttle is landed for his last time, my msx is pinging for the first time !! strange world Wink

By edoz

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21-07-2011, 17:20

Finaly i can COPY files to my MSX ... Big smile Big smile Big smile i realy like the samba server ... Wink .. i can remove my USB floppy drive on my PC Wink .. never need it again Wink

By konamiman

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21-07-2011, 17:46

1. denyorom.com denyotcp.rom /mac:file (rom flash was not working in a slotexpander for some reason)
2. use TCPIP to setup IP

Correct, except that if everybody uses the mac:file switch, we will end up having all the cards with the same MAC. Not a problem unless someday we all met and organize a LAN party. Smile

Anyway I wonder what policy is using Sunrise for assigning MACs, if any...

BTW the MAC numbering I propose (and was used for Obsonet, with series identifier 00-00) is as follows (from Denyonet BIOS source):

Format: CC-CC-CC-SS-SS-NN
CC: Common identifier for MSX network cards (#58,#53,#4D)
SS: Series identifier (00-01 for Denyonet)
NN: Serial number within the series

The serial number in the Denyonet BIOS file is: 58,53,4D,00,01,01. Other cards should increase the last digit. We need a "MAC number assignment authority" for the MSX... Tongue

And by the way, you do not need to use TCPIP.COM to setup the IPs if you have a DHCP server in your network.

By edoz

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21-07-2011, 17:57

In the manual it says that sunrise had 4096 mac- addresses and is registerd as an official manufacturer of ethernetcards .. also there is a MAC on the BACK Wink of the DenYoNet

By konamiman

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21-07-2011, 18:02

In the manual it says that sunrise had 4096 mac- addresses and is registerd as an official manufacturer of ethernetcards .. also there is a MAC on the BACK Wink of the DenYoNet
oO Cool!! Forget my silly numbering schema then. Tongue

(BTW I have an early version which has nothing in the back... at least not in the case, I haven't looked at the card itself)

By edoz

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21-07-2011, 18:17

6,32 kb per second !! using SMB .. now making a backup from my CF card Wink

By Sd-Snatcher

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21-07-2011, 20:10

In the manual it says that sunrise had 4096 mac- addresses and is registerd as an official manufacturer of ethernetcards .. also there is a MAC on the BACK Wink of the DenYoNet
oO Cool!! Forget my silly numbering schema then. Tongue

(BTW I have an early version which has nothing in the back... at least not in the case, I haven't looked at the card itself)

Mines dont have any MAC, im freeeee... Running Naked in a Field of Flowers

By edoz

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21-07-2011, 21:39

And by the way, you do not need to use TCPIP.COM to setup the IPs if you have a DHCP server in your network.

Ok.. i didn't know this. everytime i typed tcpip.com ip a3 but this is not needed ? What i realy like is that the TCP things are done by the hardware and that you can use the network applications without installing something ..
Samba is also very usefull... next is to try other applications.. like FTP... etc.

Hope that my Wifi router is also comming soon ... there is now a 50 metre cable in my house between my msx and router ;)

What is the benefit to use the other ROM ? (not the TCP one) ..

BDW: a cool application would be msxorg.com ;)

By konamiman

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21-07-2011, 22:06

And by the way, you do not need to use TCPIP.COM to setup the IPs if you have a DHCP server in your network.

Ok.. i didn't know this. everytime i typed tcpip.com ip a3 but this is not needed ?

Nope. The DHCP client is enabled by default. You can just turn on your MSX and start networking.

What is the benefit to use the other ROM ? (not the TCP one) ..
The Ethernet UNAPI ROM was developed first because it was a lot easier, but the TCP/IP UNAPI ROM is clearly better. However with the Ethernet ROM you can load InterNestor 1, which is needed to run some old applications that are not compatible with the TCP/IP UNAPI (such as the ANSI compatible telnet client).

BDW: a cool application would be msxorg.com Wink
Why not? All we need is MRC to provide an appropriate API to retrieve and post contents. Smile

By Sd-Snatcher

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21-07-2011, 22:24

Or at least a ligth weigth version.... WAP?

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