It's definitely a Hub. There is only 1 ethernet wire from the Mac to the hub. In this setup the Mac actually does serve as a router, it distributes IP addresses to the other machines on the network. This is a built in feature of OS-X (I believe). I'm having trouble locating the equivalent of setup page that you would normally be able to configure on a router. The setup page where I disabled the firewall is fairly basic... though perhaps that's all that's available.
I tried b50 and b54. b54 gives the "cannot load campain"
b50 gives the error: "IO Error: java.net.ConnectExeption: Connection refused: connect"
Wohoo, more info:
In the spirit of treating this like a router, I opened up http://192.168.2.1/
in my web browswer. The following page came up:
If you can see this, it means that the installation of the Apache web server software on this system was successful. You may now add content to this directory and replace this page.
.... blah blah blah
The Apache documentation has been included with this distribution.
You are free to use the image below on an Apache-powered web server. Thanks for using Apache!
.... right, so Apache is a web server application??? Ok, I'm officially out of my comfort zone now. Anyway, this is all the info I've got for now.
As I mentioned yesterday, I'm actually flying away so it's really not important for me to get this setup working with maptool. I just thought it might be interesting if we could troubleshoot this. Sorry, I won't be able to test anything else.