Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: so...vcf enhibitors how goes it?
>Contemporary enhancement / emulation / replica is a perfectly valid VCF
>> Ethernet? *Ethernet*? Wasn't this a discussion about "exhibits"? Or should I use my Northstar Horizon to send tweets? *snort* Get back to talking about exhibits - get your heads out of "the cloud" for one weekend, eh?
> Yep, I want to play Artillery Duel over the internet with my C64, plus IRC, plus telnet, plus zork, plus contiki to browse the web !
Although, Herb made an excellent point. We don't need no stinkin'
Ethernet to have fun with vintage computers. :)
- Neil Cherry <ncherry@...> writes:
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>The good news is that if we can get our hands on some Vintage Cisco
>routers we can pretty much network anything that supported Ethernet
>formatted packets. At layer 2 the Ethernet packets are all the same, as
>far as dumb layer 2 devices are concerned (this applies to anything that
>used 10Base2, 10Base5 or 10BaseT).