Setting up Windows NT 4.0 as a host for SLIP communications is not easy, because Windows NT 4.0 is officially only able to act as a SLIP client.
Establishing communication between the Windows NT 4.0 system and the ChorusOS system on the serial line is relatively straightforward. However, making the ChorusOS system visible on the LAN to which the Windows NT 4.0 host is connected is difficult and is not currently supported.
Please use PPP for communications if you want full
routing from the target to the LAN through the Windows
NT 4.0 host. The setup of the
4.0 host is only explained in order to allow communication
with both the ChorusOS target and the LAN, without
doing routing between them.