[SCSI connector picture] SCSI->Ethernet Solution 1

News from 19 March 1999 / 14.40 CET

Barry Schut is developping a SCSI->Ethernet adaptor.
Some info Barry gave me.
Some specs :


Prices :

For more information contact :

Barry Schut
   E-mail : Barry Schut
   URL : ---

Project Status :
40% 
Future :
Hardware almost ready.
Software development is busy.


[SCSI connector picture] SCSI->Ethernet Solution 2

News from 31 October 1999 / 17.45 CET

The price and release date is not finalised yet. However Mario is making progress very fast and he hopes that he can say something more precise before the end of the year 1999. At least he thinks his prototype should be functional in another week or two (that's the beginning of January), and he will be able to see better how long it will take and what the price will be after that.

For more information contact :

Mario Becroft
   E-mail : Mario Becroft
   URL : http://gem.win.co.nz/mario/hardware/newdev.html

Project Status :
60% 
Future :
Hardware almost ready.
Software development is busy.


[SCSI connector picture] SCSI->Ethernet Solution 3

News from 13 November 1999 / 13.21 CET

Dan Ackerman is playing around with the Asante EN/SC scsi->ethernet controller. He's starting to pull information off of it.
Not much yet, but making progress.

So far I can pull the ethernet id off the adaptor and am digging up the appropriate driver file from Apple. This will allow me to get all the info off of the adaptor (info about it at least) Not much but I have fairly high hopes for success in the long run, since I have 2 PC's that are networked into a HUB that will be hooked to this, this gives me some testing range. Also if all else fails my neighbour has 2 macs so I can go over there and we can sniff packets going to the controller.

For more information contact :

Dan Ackerman
   E-mail : Dan Ackerman
   URL : ---

Project Status :
55% 
Future :
Hardware is ready.
Software development is making progress.


[SCSI connector picture] SCSI->Ethernet Solution 4

News from 10 April 2002 / 13.21 CET

Last year Anodyne Software discovered the Daynaport SCSI/Link, a small box which connects a SCSI interface to an Ethernet. This is no longer manufactured, but since it was originally developed for the Mac, there are lots of used ones available. A few months of development, and now we have Atari software to allow you to use one to connect your Atari to an Ethernet!

Currently available software
At this time, we are releasing the driver for the STinG stack, since it has had the most amount of use and seems stable. We intend to release drivers for MagicNet and STiK2 (in conjunction with Dan Ackerman) in the near future. The drivers are being released as free copyrighted software; we intend to support and improve them on an ongoing basis, so please report any problems to us and we will do our best to resolve them.

For more information contact :

Roger Burrows
   E-mail :
Anodyne Software
   URL : http://www.anodynesoftware.com/ethernet/main.htm

Project Status :
95% 
Future :
Hardware is ready.
Beta driver for STinG is ready.
Drivers for STIK2 are in progress.


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