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What software or components are necessary to put a web page on a MAC server using a T1 line on an ethernet network?
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You can make any Mac a server for a web page using MacHTTP. Simple to use, very effective. Available from the Mac section of www.shareware.com

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The file is MacHttp 2.2.sit
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