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Thread: Firewire networking?




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    Is it possible to network 2 machines using firewire cables?

    That would be tres cool if it's possible :)

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    No..that would not be possible..
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    Quote Originally Posted by raveolution
    Is it possible to network 2 machines using firewire cables?

    That would be tres cool if it's possible :)
    yeah but the max distance distance between the 2 m,achines is a lot shorter.. see: http://www.voidedwarranty.com/module...ticle&artid=65

    I think TT had done a guide on firewire networking once but i can't seem to locate it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacos4me
    No..that would not be possible..
    Yeah it is :roll:

    Its pretty easy to do in Windows XP

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    I never heard of it..
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