MS-DOS External Commands
The INTERLNK Command
Connects two computers via parallel or serial ports and enables the computers to share disks and printer ports. For example, you could connect a laptop computer to a desktop computer and share files. You must install the
INTERLNK.EXE device driver before you can use this command.
Explanation of Syntax:
[client] specifies a client drive to redirect to a server drive. Cancels redirection if no server drive is specified.
[server] specifies a server drive to redirect to a client drive.
Type INTERLNK with no parameters to show Interlnk status.
This command can be used at the command prompt and in batch files.