danwinslow Posted March 14, 2013 Share Posted March 14, 2013 Hi Folks. I've been working on converting IP65, a commodore/apple II ethernet implementation over to the Atari. So far its been going very well. IP65 is in assembler, and once I got over the learning curve it's been proceeding rapidly. Attached to this message is a Real Dos ATR that has a test executable for pinging. If you could try running it on your dragoncart and letting me know of any problems I would appreciate it. Program name : ping.com Arguments : its called with the ip or dns name to ping and a iteration count. If you don't provide the iteration count it will default to 4. For example : ping.com www.atariage.com 10 would ping atariage.com 10 times. It expects your dragoncart to be at $D500, and your local network to be DHCP-enabled. It makes a DHCP call to get an ip, then it resolves the dns name or ip you've provided and starts sending pings. This is strictly just a test, the final version would be more flexible. IP65 has a pretty solid implementation, and it has support for telnet and various other TCP programs. Plus, it produces normal Atari exe's that will run under any DOS ( ie., you don't need contiki). You can find the original source and documentation at http://ip65.sourceforge.net/. I have not added the atari development branch back into that source tree yet. Thanks. IP65.atr 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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