Networking Help Request - MD Phospherimager

mts at biochem.su.oz.au mts at biochem.su.oz.au
Sun May 8 19:31:55 EST 1994

In article <olam-030594095115 at> olam at radium.uio.no (Ola Myklebost) writes:
>> In article <3388.2dbba83d at mbcl.rutgers.edu>, harrison at mbcl.rutgers.edu writes:
>> |> 
>> |> 	Hello,
>> |> 
>> |> 	I'm am trying to get a Molecular Dynamics Phospherimager on 
>> |> 	the net.  I have a NE200 Ethernet Adaptor, LocalTalk and 
>> |> 	the necessary HW and IP address.  If anyone has had sucess
>> |> 	doing this, could you please tell me what packet driver,
>> |> 	comm SW you used?  The protocol would be appreciated too.
>It is a bit difficult to find free memory space for the ethernet drivers. I
>successfully use
>IRQ3, I/O 250, MEM disabled
>(With PC-NFS, but I also tried timbuktu/Pnonenet (Ethertalk) successfully)
>Ola Myklebost                   Email  ola.myklebost at labmed.uio.no
>Dept of Tumor Biology
>Inst for Cancer Research        Tel +47-2293-4299
>The Norwegian Radium Hospital   Fax +47-2252-2421
>N-0310 OSLO, Norway

We used the Intel EtherExpress Card. It outo configures and has workd fine
we obtained the paket drivers from hte Crynwr packet driver collection

The packet driver collection has its own directory devoted to it,
pd1:<msdos.pktdrvr>.  The drivers are there, along with many free
programs that use the packet drivers.

SIMTEL20 files are also available from mirror sites OAK.Oakland.Edu
(, wuarchive.wustl.edu (, ftp.uu.net
(, nic.funet.fi (, src.doc.ic.ac.uk
( or rana.cc.deakin.oz.au (, or by e-mail
through the BITNET/EARN file servers.

We have been using NSCA Telnet and QVTNet on this system with good results

Mark Smith
Dept. Biochemistry
Uni of Sydney
Sydney, Austrialia
e-mail: mts at biochem.su.oz.au

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