[TRLog] Networking Dedicated TR Machine
Wed, 27 Feb 2002 13:09:25 -0500
Not sure what you are looking to do....however, if you just want to
send/receive telnet spots you can simply use a null cable to connect
your two shack computer COM ports. I have TR on a separate DOS PC in my
shack (along with my regular logging program) and have been using this
setup for some time now. If you are looking for the connection to do
more than just send/receive telnet spots then some of the other info you
have received would probably be better.
Pete Smith wrote:
> I hope some of the computer jocks here can help me out.
> I am building up a separate computer to use for TRLog only. My main shack
> computer is Ethernetworked to a hub downstairs, to which are connected my
> wife's computer and our cable modem. I would like to network the TR
> machine to the main shack machine, but don't know how to do it. Two
> possibilities occur to me --
> Use a second hub upstairs in the shack, connected to the two PCs and the
> network cable going downstairs. I think this should work and hubs are
> cheap, but will it?
> Use a second NIC in the shack computer and run a network cable to the TR
> machine. I don't know if Win98SE can support what amount to two networks
> at once. Would I have to run Windows on the TR machine, or is there such a
> thing as a DOS driver for a 10 MHz Ethernet card?
> 73, Pete N4ZR
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