Subject: Re: Mac Null modem cable?
To: Jim , port-mac68k <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jeffrey Ohlmann <email@example.com>
Date: 09/23/2000 19:25:26
--- Bob Nestor <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Jim wrote:
> >I have a older Mac with no networking options other then serial. I
> >wondering if anyone knows of a place where I could find how to make,
> >or where I could buy a cable that would allow me to connect my older
> >Mac to my x86 box so I can get slip up and going. Some sort of Mac
> >PC "null modem" cable.
> There are wiring diagrams and explainations for a number of different
> cables, including one that does what you want, on:
This is kind of a kludge, but I seem to remember once using a PC null
modem and two "Hayes modem cables" (DIN8 <-> DB25) to connect two Macs.
Seems like one of those cables plus the null modem would work for you.
(Don't ask what led met to have used this beast in the first place.)
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