Derek_Stewart wrote:Maybe try have a single FSERVE running.
With one instance of FSERVE I have the same problem.
Specifically, my configuration is this:QPC2:
DEV_USE 6, s1_win2_
DEV_USE 7, s1_dos2_
DEV_USE 5, n1_flp1_SGC QL:
DEV_USE 6, n2_dev6_
DEV_USE 7, n2_dev7_
With this configuration I can access to QPC2 resources from the QL (dir dev7_ for example) and the speed is very good. On the other hand, from QPC2 I can read the QL's floppy disk drive (dir s2_dev5_), but in this case the speed is very very slow and sometimes the system gets stuck (this is my problem).
Peter wrote:I had the same scenario, but a Q60 instead of an emulator and didn't see the problem. IIRC you have a Q60, maybe try it to encircle the issue.
Also check if you have hardware handshake off on SER.
Yes, I have hardware handshake off on SER. (The communication between Q68 - QPC2 is perfect with SERNET, the problem is when SERNET and QLNET are running at the same time in Q68. In this case, the access from QL(or Q68) to QPC2 works very well, but from QPC2 to QL (or Q68) works very very slowly).
mk79 wrote:Why would you need the FSERVE running on the Q68 to access resources on the QL?
I think it is necessary to share resources in both directions QL => QPC2 and QPC2 => QL with the same network configuration. I don't know an alternative way. (SERnet connects Q68 to QPC2, and QLNET connects QL to Q68).