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ElWhip 0.07

This is a port of the lwip network stack and PPP over serial protocol for early Macintosh computers. It has been tested on a Macintosh SE running System 7.1, a Macintosh 512K with 128K ROMs, and a Macintosh 128K with 64K ROMs and System 1.1. Due to memory constraints, it is not able to properly close the PPP session on quit on a standard Mac 128K.

Download

https://sites.google.com/site/maclcdproc/downloads/ElWhip0.071.sit

Web server configuration:

The web server NO LONGER requires the HTML files to have the HTTP headers on the top. Only files with an extension will be loaded by the server (eg: ".html").

PPP configuration:

On Mac OS X 10.4 (and probably later):

/etc/ppp/options file:

asyncmap 0 proxyarp lock

/etc/ppp/options.cu.usbserial file:

(Replace cu.usbserial with the name of your serial device in /dev/) (use the correct IP addresses for your setup)
# Baud rate of the connection. ElWhip uses 19200. 19200 # Don't use the modem control lines. local # Try to reopen the connection it it is terminated. persist # Don't require the peer to authenticate. noauth # Disable negotiation of Van Jacobson style IP header compression. novj # IP address to be given to peer. :192.168.11.130 # IP address of the DNS server for the peer. ms-dns 192.168.11.1 # Enables IP forwarding on linux ktune # Add an entry for the peer to this system's ARP table. proxyarp

Running PPP from the command line:

$ pppd -d cu.usbserial
(Replace cu.usbserial with the name of your serial device)

Forwarding requests from LAN on Mac OS X:

$ sudo sysctl -w net.inet.ip.forwarding=1

Running ElWhip:

Just double-click the application once the modem port is physically connected to a computer running PPP daemon. The application will try to negotiate a connection. Within a few seconds you should see the PPP phase increase to 7 and see the IP address information that was negotiated.

Connecting to ElWhip:

From an appropriately networked computer, you can open a web browser and connect to the website.
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ElWhip Copyright (c) 2014, 2015 Eric Pooch
 
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