Cat_7: Thanks for the hints... i'll follow them and try it.
If Appletalk won't work, i'd be very dissapointed, actually.
In the old days (mine ranged from System 7.5.1 to 7.5.5, on the brink of 68k to ppc transition), i used Helios Ethershare and Columbia Appletalk on Sun Servers to provide Appletalk services to a bunch of Macs. And for ad hoc networking on these old world Macs, Appletalk was a breeze...
I never forget the moment, when Thomas and I got AppleTalkIP running on System 7.5.3 and 7.5.5 so we could continue to use the old Macs when we changed our Servers from Sun (with CAP) to G5 (MacOS 10.2).
ClockWise: Slirp works fine out of the box on all platforms. But it does not provide Appletalk.
I found surfing on Windows totally unstable. icab was barely usable (crashes Basilisk every 10 click or so), Netscape and IE were much worse
So i was very astonished, when i tried it on LInux. icab didn't crash at all and worked even better, when i disabled CSS. Netscape 4.08 did crash Basilisk once and i had to Option-Apple-ESC it several times until i could stop it to load its default web page and change that to something more reasonable. But when i disabled CSS too, Netscape was great fun and loaded a lot of pages accurately.
Thank you very much!