Hi, I posted a short while ago about my impending ownership of an SE/30. I have now received the machine, and I have obtained the correct SCSI cable and a SCSI terminator. I have a suitable CD-ROM (an AppleCD 300e+) coming in the post. But to my surprise the machine has come with a whole load of software already on the drive that I would like to preserve. So I have invested in an AppleTalk cable and an Assante AppleTalk to ethernet bridge. My question is quite simple what can I do to get the SE/30 talking, and ideally filesharing with my existing OS X v10.4 MacBook Pro? The machine is currently running System 6, and clearly has some TCP/IP stuff on it because it already has MacPPP and MacWWW installed. In any case, I can hopefully use the CD-ROM to transfer whatever other files it might need. My current home network is just a wireless router that goes out to a broadband connection, so that leaves both a free ethernet port on the router and a free ethernet port on my MacBook Pro. Am I likely to have any luck?