Emanuel.Strobl at gmx.net
Wed Nov 10 02:23:59 PST 2004
Am Mittwoch, 10. November 2004 11:18 schrieb Ben Haysom:
> Thing is, it should be so straightforward, but I've stumped loads of
> people with it.
> I have a small home network, atm an XP PC, a XP laptop, and the
> FreeBSD 5.1 machine.
> I am connected to the internet with an unknown modem from my ISP.
> I've bought a D-Link 300 and attched it to the FreeBSD Box.
Do you have your A-DSL line up with that modem? Means, can you ping your
providers nameserver e. g. from the FreeBSD box?
Usually you have to set different ATM parameters in such modems (VCI VPI)
which aren't public in general, so you should stay with your provider's
modem. Is that a ethernet modem or USB?
> I want to use that to connect to my ADSL, and have the rest of the
> network share the connction.
> Part of the network is wireless, the rest standard Cat5 with a 4 port
> Netgear hub.
> I can't get it to work.
> Obviously that ain't enough details, what else do I need to post?
> On Wed, 10 Nov 2004 11:09:27 +0100, Albert Shih <shih at math.jussieu.fr>
> > Le 10/11/2004 à 10:06:07+0000, Ben Haysom a écrit
> > > I've tried the hand book, it really doesn't help...
> > I think you've better chance to get help if you tell what you want to do.
> > And I think if you just say : I need a router whitout more precision
> > ....it's not good idea.
> > Regards.
> > --
> > Albert SHIH
> > Heure local/Local time:
> > Wed Nov 10 11:08:12 CET 2004
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