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Re: IPX echo protocol?

But source field does not permit broadcast as a valid value, per Novell documentation: Source Network ---Number of the network to which the source node is attached. If a sending node sets this field to zero, the local network to which the source is connected is unknown. For routers, the rules that …

Re: SBEMU: Sound Blaster emulation on AC97

Should the command "jload qpiemu.dll" be replaced with something else since you recommend not using jemmex? It's obvious that this command relies on it. Sorry for this newbie question, I'm definitely not good at all these DOS memory stuff. I simply copied and pasted from the readme and expected …

Re: IPX echo protocol?

The IPX packet for echo does contain a TTL value analog, so packetstorm should be prevented, as long as the responding program does not modify the TTL and timestamp fields in a stupid manner. There is no broadcast address with IPX either, so traditional packetstorm attack (Ping on the global …

Re: IPX echo protocol?

It's been ages... so I looked it up. Looks like ipxping (echo packet) is packet id 2 in the packet type field. In order to send a packet, the destination must be specified. The source network and node data are also specified in the data packet's header. https://www.novell.com/documentation/nw6p/? …

Re: DDLINK: Easily move files between/To/From DOS systems

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Recently used DDLINK to transfer data to a system that is "externally I/O challenged," and despite the 8250 UARTs, the 19200 bps serial rate, and the wireless RS-232 transceivers involved, the solution exceeded my expectations. ... (MS client no-longer connects to modern systems) -... Not exactly …

Re: DDLINK: Easily move files between/To/From DOS systems

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I always used FastLynx back in the day. Similar program, similar concept-- even similar "Midnight Commander" inspiration on UI. Glad to know that there is a "No, really-- please use this! I dont charge for it!" alternative, since the maker of FastLynx still exists, and wants your money still. (See …

Re: CGA/EGA CRT to modern PC?

Suggest a scan converter. https://www.diyretroarcade.com/products/vga-rgb-cga-ega-yuv-to-hdmi-video-output-converter-board-hd-for-arcade-blue Maybe not THAT one, but something similar. There are many such products out there. EGA is TTL video signals, where VGA is Analog video signal. EGA and CGA …

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