Yes, it is a Pegasos 2. I tried disabling the Gigabit socket, no dice. I wonder if anyone actually uses both ethernet sockets.
Well, it's good to have the choice I guess!
Make *sure* you disable the *right* one. The connectors can easily be mixed up, I've done it myself. Only the one you are actually using should be checked, you can't have two enabled at the same time. If uncertain, try selecting the other (or shifting the cable). Quote:
I can broadcast my Windows 7 Internet connection to my Mac via wireless. I have not tried running an ethernet cable to any other machine than the Pegasos.
Can Windows 7 have multiple Internet shares (like WiFi and cable) at the same time? Didn't know that...
Anyway, try disabling the wireless and hooking up your Mac to the Win7 box using the same cable and windows settings as you try to use for your Pegasos. If that works as supposed, it's probably down to you have enabled/disabled the wrong network port in Netstack. If not, your problem lies elsewhere. You don't happen to have some weird SW firewall on the PC side that prevents your new Internet share?Quote:
Can I turn off MorphOS's built-in TCP/IP and try another TCP/IP program?
Yes that would be possible I guess (I used both Miami and Genesis back in the days), but it would hardly make any difference. Netstack works fine with Pegasos.Quote:
I only see how to uncheck the ports in settings, not turn it off.
Unchecking is how you "turn them off". Works for me anyway!
Again, if your cable share (not wifi) works on your Mac, it should work on your Pegasos as well. If it doesn't, it's most likely down to your selected network port being the wrong one.
Anyway, under all circumstances (even if you get the above to work), you would benefit a lot from getting yourself a real router, one that supports both WiFi and cable connections. You get good quality for very cheap these days. There are so many benefits, including security and ease of network management. *All* your computers would *love* you for getting one!
MorphOS is Amiga done right!
MorphOS NG will be AROS done right!