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Hi all, I'm hoping someone has the information I'm looking for. I currently have a Lantronix UDS-10 plugged into my classic computer's RS-232 port on one side, and an Ethernet cable going directly to my router on the other. While this works, and gets my classic computer on the Internet, I'd like to 'cut the cord' so-to-speak. Does anyone know of a WiFi device with an RJ-45 on one end to essentially replace the cable? Does anything like this exist? I'd be able to get the old computer into another room without drilling holes in the house or stringing cables. Thanx!
Is anyone out there that is using a TI RS-232 with the HDX modification also using a Lantronix UDS-10 at the same time? If so, maybe you can help me out... I'm having an issue that I cannot resolve on my own. I can telnet from the PC to the TI and get a valid connection, I can even send data FROM the TI to the PC, but NOTHING shows up on the TI screen, EVER. It's really starting to irritate me as this should have been an easy one to just plug in a get online with. The cable has been triple checked, the connections are proper, but no matter what I try, I get nothing, nada, zilch on the TI screen. Thanks.
I recently obtained a little gadget that some of you may or may not know about, it's called a Lantronix UDS-10. It can get your old Classic Computer on the Internet. It acts like a modem, but it handles all the telnet protocols internally. One end hooks up to your classic computers RS-232, the other end uses an Ethernet cable and plugs into your router. I was amazed to find "GOBS" of active BBS's on the Internet. In my gallery << HERE >> you can see some images of the unit and a screen shot of the TI connected to one of the BBS's. << HERE >> Is the eBay search string. Sometimes you might have to wait a week or two to find a good, but you should be able to get one under $30.00 (shipping included) if you are patient.