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AmiTCP/IP v4.0

AmiTCP/IP v4.0
AmiTCP/IP v4.0

SystemAmiga
Floppy (3.5")2

Village Tronic

Amiga

Release Date: 1/1/1995
Manufacturer: Village Tronic
 
AmiTCP is a set of programs that enables an Amiga to connect to a TCP/IP network. AmiTCP lets the user use commands such as ftp and telnet from an Amiga. AmiTCP also lets remote users connect to your machine from other TCP/IP hosts. AmiTCP is a TCP/IP protocol stack for implementing basic Internet protocols on top of any SANA-II network device driver, such as one for SLIP or ethernet. AmiTCP can be configured to let other users connect and login or transfer files from your computer.

User Comments
Dan Conder on Saturday, September 14, 2013
Once you finally got it configure it was OK. IF you do not create a priv user at install time like root. You don't have the rights to manage passwords etc for the other users so you can not login! It is actually easier to FTP into the Amiga than use ncftp client to go out. With all that said I am happy to have a TCP stack on my Amiga today. Not sure what will happen when IPV6 gets here.
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