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TCP/IP Networking and Dial Up Modems
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Oct 23, 1999, 02:32 PM
I have 2 macs running OS 9 with a 100 BT network. I used TCP/IP to share the Macs and that worked fine. I also have a dial up modem. Is there any way to use the TCP/IP file sharing with the dial up? I guess IP Netrouter would work, but I was hoping for a free solution. I don't have to access the net from both computers at the same time. Is there anyway to see the throughput per second? Speed Doubler show it, MacOS just shows bytes copied. I can do the math, but wanted a more simple way.
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