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thanks for this great - step-by-step - article. it brought me to my first good and fast connection between WinXP [SP II] & iyonix 5.07.

but the following problems occur - maybe somebody has an idea how to resolve them?:

1. i have to switch off the winXP-firewall, or else i get the error: 'connection timed out' on my iyonix. is there a way to get the connection to work with the firewall switched on?

2. copying files larger than say 40 mb from iyo to win gives 'error while writing - connection timed out' errors. is there a fix for this?

3. it seems i have to study the article 921 mrchocky refers to, because some files get some ,xyz-additions while copied over from iyo to win.

 is a RISC OS Usermarch on 16/9/04 8:53PM
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