I looked around the eero settings, and theres very little there besides DNS and changing the SSID/password. I'm totally fine leaving it connected to the tmobile modem wifi though since that seems to work nicely.
Later this week I can try to connect from the LC to my CC and transfer a file and figure out the actual speed.
I've also attached the Airtalk Chooser and reset utility here in a FloppyEmu disk image, and a .hda image that can be used in the file based SCSI emulators(BlueSCSI/ZuluSCSI/RaSCSI). Figure they might come in handy for someone if they want to use the extension on a Mac without another way to transfer.
Yeah. APs do muck things up. Beyond our control it might be, I wonder if there was transmission control built-in with local talk?
Related to printing to ImageWriter and other printers that do not have the spool ability to get all so the printer can print while the user works on something else, could Air Talk have that built-in with maybe 1 or 2 MB of memory to spool?
I wonder if there was transmission control built-in with local talk?
could Air Talk have that built-in with maybe 1 or 2 MB of memory to spool?
Are there any plans to make an Ethernet version of the AirTalk? Or maybe a LocalTalk/Ethernet version (2 network ports)?
Hi everybody, I finally had some time to connect my AirTalks to wifi, test the chooser extension etc.
everything is fantastic, great job @cheesestraws !
I have seen in the thread that someone is able to connect airtalk to appleshare folders on Mini vMac emulated models, and this would be even greater but for some reason it isn't working for me on my M1 Pro MBP.
It seems that v.37 builds from the website are not working on Apple Silicon even with the proper -t mcar switch, anytime I download one it comes out as a corrupted file. V.36 builds on the other hand seem not to have functional LocalTalk even with -lt inserted. Surely I am missing something, could someone share some wisdom? thanks.
If I unzip it with other softwares than the default system unzip, it runs (I did it now with good ol' Stuffit).something might really be wrong on my side, because when I download and unzip this, again MacOS says it's corrupt and cannot run it...
That version needs a Plus ROM Everything about it is default except that LocalTalk is enabled (or should be)
Doesn't it just work if you plug it in and use the standard software?Thanks, now it works
BTW: do you or anyone else here thought about making this work on Apple IIgs internal Appletalk port too? or maybe even with the Apple Workstation Card adding Appletalk to enhanced IIe's? I guess it is all on the software side since the hardware should be relying on AppleTalk which is the same on these two Apple II... I would not be able to develop such a software, but it could be great if someone would do that - or maybe is it done already?
Genius. Sometimes the easiest solutions are the hardest to seeDoesn't it just work if you plug it in and use the standard software?
You can set up the wifi from another computer or over wifi with the AirTalk in its setup mode acting as an Access Point.