Can anyone tell me the difference between port 5298 and port 5353.
I would like to use 'rendezvous' on an office-network and I am using the
firewall from OSX.
thanks for help
Why this question?
Am I here at Mac New Group or not? What sorts of questions are allowed?
My English is perhaps not perfect, but may I therefore not ask any
I have a small network Mac OSX and I would like to communicate with
The firewall software of Mac prevents this contact, the ports are closed.
I have now investigated and found that two different ports are indicated
(port 5353 and port 5298).
Is my question so complicated? I only would like to know what the difference
between these two ports are.
> > Hello
> > Can anyone tell me the difference between port 5298 and port 5353.
> > I would like to use 'rendezvous' on an office-network and I am using the
> > firewall from OSX.
> > thanks for help
> > Ruedi
> About 55 ... 8)
> Seriously... What are you looking to do here exactly?
> "You can't make friends with salad."
I have a mac II (no jokes please) and just bought a used HD
external drive to use with it. Stupidly, I didn't realize that my
mac does not have a 19 pin floppy port, but only a 25 pin SCSI
port. So now I have a floppy drive that I can't use.
I was wondering if it would be possible for me to somehow hook up
the external floppy to my SCSI port. If it is possible, how could
it be done? If it isn't possible, why not?
I admit that I'm totally ignorant to the finer details of mac
hardware, but I really want to know.
I'll send a $5 thank-you check to the first person to provide me
an understandable (and correct) explanation telling me how I can (or
why I can't) connect my floppy drive to my mac.
Thanks a bunch,