@SDF Not yet! I don't have a functioning modem as of right now (although I'm hopeful for the pictured Hayes modem once a power supply gets here). It's over a serial connection to the Moss Point Computer Club/Sector Disk server :>
I don't have a real landline, but 1200 baud is about right for a good VoIP connection, according to the web. This machine *does* have an ethernet card, but it only has coax and a DB-15 connector, so I'd need an adapter for that.
@jebug29 U R so lucky to have this Mac. This model is considered kind of a novelty these days. Bec they i believe the last really good Macintosh before iMac of course. where did u get this??
@snowdusk I got it on eBay when I was in middle school (like 7-8 years ago now)! It was around $200 and came with the computer, mouse, kb, 20mb hard drive, and an Anchor 2400e modem (which, unfortunately, was blown up by a bad PSU... I need a new one lol). Everything works - knock on wood!
I got it from my mom's house and set it up since I finally ordered a Mac Floppy Emu! I'm excited for when it comes!
@jebug29 That is so cool! I always worry about hooking up old computers to the internet RE: security
@codysseus Don't worry! I've got a version of Avast older than me up and running and keeping me protected! It scans floppy disks when I put them in ;)
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