Years ago I had some issues with antivirus software, but then connection sharing in Windows didn't work at all. Try with Linux maybe.
But the thing is that it DOES work flawlessly for a while, but then just cuts out. Dead, Jim.
Regarding using Linux, there are 3rd party services on the server that only run on Windows. Linux really isn't an option.Quote:
You could track down the issue by installing Wireshark on the PC, then watching what traffic comes over the MorphOS IP address whenever you try to access a website.
Have you tried bridging the connection on Windows as well?
I would imagine that once it cuts out, there's nothing coming over the IP address, since MorphOS can't even PING anything (not even on LAN) by that point.
I can try bridging the connections - might that cause issues with having different IP address schemes (172.16.x.x vs 192.168.x.x) for the two LAN networks?Quote:
configure a static ip on MorphOS, it could be some dhcp lease issue - you can always try „netconfig autoconfig” in a shell to restart dhcp if the 60s cutoff happens.
MorphOS already has a static IP address. All machines on my network have static IPs to avoid conflicts etc.
I'll try 'netconfig autoconfig' and post here when I get the chance - but thats somewhat of a band-aid rather than a solution.[ Edited by Ameega 18.01.2018 - 21:04 ]