Re: Quickcam with powerbook, PC card modem, SLIP?

John Ingham (johningh@tafe.sa.edu.au)
Tue, 22 Oct 1996 10:01:35 +0930


Bob just said...

>I'm having trouble connecting from home. I'm trying with a Mac Powerbook
>5300 with a PC card modem (from Global Village) using SLIP (InterSLIP). I
>think the problem is something like the Quickcam (in the printer/modem
>port) needs Appletalk turned off and SLIP (or the modem) needs it turned
>on...
>
>Any suggestions? Thanks!

I haven't had experience with either Slip (I use PPP) or a Mac 5300, but
what you have said about the Connectix camera needing Appletalk Off is
correct. But that should not be a problem because Appletalk is only
applied to ONE serial port at a time.

You should be able to assign Appletalk to JUST the port where your modem is
connected. I can't try it out right now because I'm on a PCI Mac which
uses Open Transport, but I know I had no trouble setting this up on my
little LC-1 at home.

And when you install the Connectix Camera drivers you are asked to nominate
which port you want the camera to connect to. In fact this might be your
easiest solution - just re-install your Connectix Camera first one way, and
then the other.

John Ingham
Supervisor, Technical Operations, CALS (Centre for Applied Learning Systems)
Adelaide Institute of TAFE (Training and Further Education)
GPO Box 1872 Adelaide South Australia 5001
Ph: +61 8 8207 8550 Fax: +61 8 8207 8552
Email: johningh@tafe.sa.edu.au
Web Site: http://www.tafe.sa.edu.au/video-conf/
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