[ct-user] CT and NETTSR on modern computers - dis_pkt?
kd4d at comcast.net
Tue Jun 28 15:44:11 EDT 2005
Actually, no, I hadn't seriously considered that. Simply
didn't occur to me. How stable is it these days? :-)
DVP support obviously doesn't matter on newer hardware,
we'll use external voice keyers or DVK's. How's the
CW keying under Windows XP?
Fear of the unknown is also an issue! :-)
David Robbins K1TTT wrote:
> Have you considered ctwin instead? It runs in windows, uses the built in
> windows networking, and in a laptop the limitation of no dvp support won't
> David Robbins K1TTT
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>>From: ct-user-bounces at contesting.com [mailto:ct-user-
>>bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of Mark Bailey
>>Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2005 19:29
>>To: ct-user at contesting.com
>>Subject: [ct-user] CT and NETTSR on modern computers - dis_pkt?
>>Good day, all:
>>I have decided to try to get CT's ethernet network working on my
>>fairly new laptop. I have it dual booting Windows XP and DOS and
>>that works great. The nettsr program requires a DOS packet driver,
>>and there are not any packet drivers for a lot of the new ethernet
>>There are, however, NDIS2 DOS drivers for the chip I am interested
>>in (Broadcom 570X Gigabit Integrated Controller) and an interesting
>>little program called a "shim" that translates NDIS2 drivers
>>to DOS packet drivers (dis_pkt.dos).
>>Has anybody tried this? Anyone gotten it to work? It looks like
>>it SHOULD work... :-)
>>config.sys ought to contain something like:
>>with an appropriate protocol.ini file.
>>(I am actually exploring this for potential use at
>>Field Day next year on more modern computers
>>Thanks in advance.
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