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Re: Network Share
Posted on 6-Jun-2023 8:18:44
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@olsen

Thanks for the insights - indeed I were able to buy the commercial Envoy 3 (from the usual auctions) which got an "inofficial" update from Heinz (privately) some time around the launch of the Sam440EP (to make it OS4.1x compatible). Of course I had to configure Envoy with the mentioned 2049/2055 packet types for running with TCP/IP in parallel...

Since then all my "AmigaOS" systems (AmigaOS 4.x, 3.x and MorphOS) happily have both "stacks" running in parallel with Envoy as my main data exchange stack between the Amigaoid systems.

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Re: Network Share
Posted on 6-Jun-2023 9:07:16
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@kolla

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If only there was open source Envoy server implementation for other relevant operating systems, and not just Amiga.


I forgot to mention this: Envoy is supposed to be a peer-to-peer protocol with no central authority. Hence, no single server dependency.

And I learned something new: Envoy uses RDP (rfc1151).

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