Difference between revisions of "Network Setup"

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* Microsoft Windows 3.11 with Winsock
 
* Microsoft Windows 3.11 with Winsock
 
* [[QNX4 demofloppy]] - modem version (with ppp setup, a standalone live operating system on one floppy)
 
* [[QNX4 demofloppy]] - modem version (with ppp setup, a standalone live operating system on one floppy)
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* [[Minix2 16bit ppp demo]] - Minix2 operating system demo with modem and slip support - slip setup despite its name
  
 
=== External Links ===
 
=== External Links ===

Latest revision as of 11:27, 18 October 2017

Network Setup is not trivial in DOSBox without applying patches e.g. NE2000 NIC interface. But anyway, it is possible; at least with slip/PPP over serial or with packet driver shim over IPX. In the followings, ubuntu linux host is assumed at least when slip or ppp is used.

HOWTOs

Networking Applications

Operating Systems

  • Almost all DOSes that work in DOSBox using serial packet driver or SHIMs to ODI/NDIS for certain applications
  • Microsoft Windows 3.11 with Winsock
  • QNX4 demofloppy - modem version (with ppp setup, a standalone live operating system on one floppy)
  • Minix2 16bit ppp demo - Minix2 operating system demo with modem and slip support - slip setup despite its name

External Links