How to make ADSL modem conections FBSD 6.1
bryanbonifacio at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 31 04:15:33 UTC 2006
I suggest you have your ADSL modem changed to a
non-USB one (an ethernet one instead). Those are much
easier to configure and you could connect them
directly to your router.
I used to have a USB ADSL modem myself but had it
changed so I wouldn't have to deal with them (I wasn't
sure if they were compatible anyways). I imagine your
ISP has an etherenet ADSL modem available.
I also think the ethernet modem is faster.
--- DSA - JCR <juancr at dsa.es> wrote:
> HI all
> I am a newbie to FreebSD (I have a couple of systems
> running...) and I
> would like to know how to make internet connections
> using an USB ADSL
> modem, the ones that the telephon companies give the
> user when they make a
> ADSL contract.
> Which are the steps? These modems usually hav only
> Windows drivers...
> thnaks in advance
> Juan Coruña
> Desarrollo de Software Atlantico
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