Subject: Re: trying to get the network going...
To: Sean Murphy <email@example.com>
From: Tom Jernigan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/10/2000 18:00:43
I don't know if your Machine Name is the cause of your problem, but
you can get WhatRoute (free) for your mac from
http://crash.ihug.co.nz/~bryanc/, do a query on your static ip, and
it'll give you your Machine Name.
>Just installed NetBSD 1.4.2 and I'm trying to get it online. I've set it up
>as per the instructions at http://www.macbsd.com/macbsd/howto/networking/
>the one thing I'm not sure about is the Machine Name. The document says "If
>you don't know what it is ask your local Network Guru." Well, I'm guru-less.
>I also note that it's for version 1.2/1.3. Any huge differences with the
>I'm running it on a Quadra 650 with a static IP. It doesn't appear to be a
>hardware problem as I can connect just fine under System 7.
>I have the default router, IP address and subnet all triple checked. Still
>The only seemingly abnormal output I get is
>sn0: Tx - lost interrupt
>any help is greatly appreciated!
Tom Jernigan, email@example.com
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