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I wrote:This is what I want. I have Alien Front Online and NFL2K1 which I want to go online with. Now, I cannot use the Dreamcast Modem, I have no modem in my PC, only a Broadband adapter and a Broadband Connection. I've only Played PSO online, and I use the BBA, hooked up by a cord, into my broadband box thing. But I'm dying (kinda). I am desperate for some AFO Killin' and some Football Grillin' (<---That rhymes). So can someone cook up a method to make the Dreamcast Broadband Adapter work with AFO and NFL2K1. After all, Broadband and 56K is just a speed. It's not like its an entirely different idea of getting online. I know you guys are smart people. You've made games, emulators, and movie players. You've Ported stuff, modded stuff, and dreamt up stuff. Please, Please, PLEASE get Broadband to work with these games, if not all games. I'm dying over here (kinda).
Keep in mind, my ISP does not suppport Dial-up, thats why I need to get this PC-DC server thing working.killmestupid wrote:Impossible. Those games do not have to proper programming to support the broadband adapter. You're going to have to buy a 56k modem for your computer...
perry2175 wrote:Yea, it is not the BB that dosen't support the games, Its tha games that don't support the BB.
Why can't you just plug your DC directly into a phone line ?
iantri wrote:Because he doesn't have a dial-up ISP.
bailey wrote:whats the pc-dc server thing?
I'm going to attempt this PC-DC Server thing. I found a 56k modem lying around that came packaged with some software, so i'm going to use that.iantry wrote:The DC-PC server is a setup that allows you to use your high-speed internet connection on the DC (albeit at 56k speeds), if you don't have a dial-up ISP.
Many, many people have trouble doing it so you absolutely MUST know what you are doing.
is the link.
Yes, it works.
And by the way, to the poster, yes, it is VERY much a different way of getting online. Cable internet access, is, essentially (as I understand it, correct me if wrong) TCP/IP over your cable line.
Dial-up is TCP/IP over phone line, using PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol).
Not to mention the way they are programmed is completely difference.
I'd recommend just picking up a crappy Winmodem. I can get a crap noname winmodem for $20 in the Canadian Peso , so that should be pocket change to an American.
I'm gonna post screenshots, put every single thing i do on here, to be sure i didn't miss anything. Check back in a bit- I really need to play some NFL and AFO.
- ~Gundam ZZ~