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Re: How to emulate a dial up connection over IP?

Just modified the packet server clients to get two buffers on their incoming packets. One for IPv4 packets and one for other types (PPPOE, IPX (,ARP which is currently unused as it's handled directly without local buffers)). Both buffers are filled using the same condition as previously by the Pcap …

Re: Windows 95 and/or serial modem issues

By default DOSBox (and DOSBox-X by extension) claims to be DOS 5.0, which has no support for FAT32 or LFN (Long FileNames). To maintain compatibility with some dos utilities that make assumptions based on the DOS version, it was decided to only make LFN available if the reported DOS version is 7.0 …

Re: How to emulate a dial up connection over IP?

Anyone knows exactly why people say that to use TCP/IP on PPP, you'll need to disable the IPX/SPX? Is it because of some bug? Or simply because dial-up servers don't support IPX/SPX? Seeing as at least TCP/IP doesn't work with both enabled atm. And MS-DOS (Arachne) which uses only TCP/IP works fine. …

Re: Windows 95 and/or serial modem issues

There are two possible problems you may have run into. 1. it was possibly created as FAT32, and so you need to set your reported DOS version to 7.1 to be able to access it. (ver set 7.1) 2. a bug that was introduced in 0.83.17 that only effects the Windows Visual Studio (VS) build. Either use the …

Re: How PPP IPX works with an ISP?

OK. So I configured the Windows IPX settings, made the 3rd tab of the network connection say the name of the first machine. Then ran Doom 95 again with the "IPX connection to DOS or Mac DOOM" option. Set it to 2 players, default port (1000). Chose new game on the first client, waited for it to get …

Re: How PPP IPX works with an ISP?

After the latest bugfixes and improvements (allowing network 0 when sending packets to be set to the network number that's negotiated during the IPXCP phase and implementing the IPX broadcast network number's functionality to actually broadcast accross all networks), Windows 95 seems to be able to …

Re: How PPP IPX works with an ISP?

Just managed to get PPP IPv4 working. With the new ARP handling added, it can reach both the internal network (depending on net mask), host network(if net mask is specified correctly for that, which is seperate from the previous netmask for internal packet server clients) and internet (basically the …

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