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Welcome to the third and final iteration of the Classic Mac Networking Guide.

This guide will detail the steps and procedures required to network the former generation of Macintoshes to each other, and to modern computers and networks.

Most of this guide was written with the "somewhat computer literate" user in mind, as to make it as accessible to the broadest span of computer users.

It is hoped that this guide will be a useful reference source.

This Guide will be primarily focused on networking any Macintosh from the Macintosh 512K up to the last "Beige G3" series that came out just before the first-generation i Mac, with either Ethernet or serial data methods like Local Talk.

Some areas of this guide will not be relevant based on hardware or software incompatibilities (i.e. All the newer computers running Windows or Mac OS X 10.2 already have networking support over Ethernet, Wi Fi or other protocols which can be adequately covered elsewhere on the Internet.

The preliminary steps to facilitate use of these older platforms may involve replacing PRAM batteries, dead hard drives, leaking electrolytic capacitors, shot diodes, and the like.

These matters should be of first-order importance, as the results of dying electrolytic capacitors and exploding PRAM batteries can be catastrophic.

The 68K MLA Forums should continue to be a useful source of helpful comrades to assist with hardware concerns or other technical issues.

All images are thumbnails and can be opened in a new tab or window for a larger version.

These pages are very simplistic HTML 4.01 Strict source and have no Java Script, Flash, cookies or other elements like IFRAMEs, and should render fine with Chrome, Safari and Firefox.

Internet Explorer may be somewhat sketchy because of issues with CSS interpretation (and making a custom CSS for every IE version is not worth it).

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