GURUNET AMIGA ETHERNET ADAPTOR
The GuruNet card adds Ethernet connectivity to the Commodore Amiga computer. Installation is easy, it just connects to the parallel port. No need to open the computer for installation.
Using readily available TCP/IP stacks and Browsers, you can connect your Amiga to the internet using a standard CAT-5 cable. Great amiga network card.
Works with A500, A600 A1200 A2000 A3000 and A4000. Compatible with PlipBox open source firmware. The Plipbox software is provided with the GuruNet on a floppy disk.
From "The Gig of Ham" a very good how to install & Review
Review from Epsilon's Amiga BlogSupports:TCP/IPFTPTelNetWorks With:
The plipbox site provides SANA-II drivers, which will work for any Amiga and any IP stack commonly available on the Amiga. We have tested:
- EasyNet and EasyNet Pro
- Miami and Miami Deluxe
All work without issue. EasyNet, EasyNet Pro, and Roadshow are paid commercial offerings. Miami, Miami Deluxe, and AmiTCP 3.0 are all freely avialble.100% Compatible with PlipBox open source firmware.Requires a (user supplied) 5V power adapter with micro USB connector. compatible with Raspberry Pi power adapter. Low Power consumption less than 200mA.Easy to install, connects to the Amiga's parallel port. Tested on Amiga 500/600/1200/2000/3000/4000. Tested with several Amiga TCP/IP stacks and Browsers Including MiamiDX, AmiTCP, iBrowse.FTDI connection provides user access to diagnostic information. Requires a user provided 6-pin header and FTDI TTL-232R-5.0V cable.Make sure that you read about any hardware compatibility's Here
ReviewsGary GirvanI am using the Roadshow TCP/IP stack. Works really well. Easy to setup. Just copy a device driver over and create a configuration file. Connects automatically with DHCP (which Roadshow handles). I guess the only thing is the speed but it is a parallel port.
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DetailsCurrent Stock:SKU: A0136Width: 6.00 (in)Height: 2.00 (in)Depth: 4.00 (in)