(There's no video for MacPPP 2.x yet. Please contribute to MR and add a video now!)
MacPPP is a Macintosh implementation of PPP, the Point-to-Point Protocol, which allows you to use TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) over asynchronous serial lines. MacPPP makes it possible for your Mac to act as a host on the Internet, and, therefore, as a peer with other host computers around the world. This means that you can use telnet, FTP, Gopher and WAIS clients, and other services directly from your Macintosh.
The second download is MacPPP v2.1.1SD, an unofficial modified/updated version released in 1995 by Steve Dagley. It differs from the official Merit MacPPP 2.0.1 release in that it provides the following additional features:
· Supports DTE rates of 115Kbps and 230Kbps on Macs w/GeoPort serial architecture.
MacPPP.dsk (800 KiB / 819.2 KB)
/ DSK image
MacPPP_2.0.1.sit (100.13 KiB / 102.54 KB)
MacPPP v2.0.1 / compressed w/ Stuffit
MacPPP_2.1.1SD.sit (58.69 KiB / 60.1 KB)
MacPPP v2.1.1SD (unofficial) / compressed w/ Stuffit
MacPPP-2.1SD.hqx (52.25 KiB / 53.5 KB)
/ BinHex'd, use Stuffit Expander
Mac OS 6.0.5 - Mac OS 8.x
MacTCP v1.1 or later
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II