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Acorn AEH72 Access A3000

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 Acorn AEH72 box

Acorn AEH72 Access A3000 (box) 

 AcornAEH72 box bottom

Acorn AEH72 Access A3000 (box bottom)  

 Acorn AEH72 box label

 Acorn AEH72 Access A3000 (box label) 

Acorn AEH72 top 

Acorn AEH72 Access A3000 (top)  

 Acorn AEH72 back

 Acorn AEH72 Access A3000 (back) 

 Acorn AEH72 bottom

 Acorn AEH72 Access A3000 (bottom) 

The Acorn AEH72 Access A3000 is a rebadged Atomwide mini-podule. The Acorn A3000 must have at least 2MB memory and RISC OS 3.1. It came with all the parts needed to add an A3000 to an Acorn Access Network, no configuration needed. The steps were:

  1. Install the podule in the A3000
  2. Fit the 10Base2 T-piece to the connector on the mini-podule.
  3. Connect a lenght of network cable.
  4. EITHER connect a terminator to the other arm of the T-piece if it is the end of the network.
  5. OR connect another length of network cable, if in the middle of the network.
  6. Connect the other end of the network cable(s) to the next computer.

Here are the instructions Connecting up an Acorn Access Network and Using an Acorn Access (Release 2) network .