Ethernet for PowerBooks

Lu, Cary
November 1994
Macworld;Nov94, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p153
Discusses ways to connect a Macintosh PowerBook computer to an Ethernet network. Direct and indirect connections; Wiring variations; Servers; Software.


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