A week ago, I finally received a CFFA3000, which has made transferring and running programs on my IIGS much easier. Now that the lack of mass storage is not an issue, I have decided install Marinetti, in order to connect my IIGS to the internet. I know that Marinetti is compatible with Ethernet, but Apple II Ethernet cards are not very common. I also do not have access to dial-up internet, so a dial-up modem is not an option. Therefore, I feel that the best solution would be to connect to the internet through the IIGS serial port.
As far as I understand it, Marinetti can connect to the internet through the serial port via SLIP, PPP, or Appletalk. What would be the best method to use, when taking into account factors such as speed, ease of setup, and reliability? Appletalk seems like it would be the easiest solution, but I do not own an Appletalk to Ethernet Bridge.
As a final note, if anyone is willing to sell their Apple II Ethernet Card, I would be happy to purchase it.
Thank you, in advance!