jolo at fibertel.com.ar
Sun Nov 24 04:48:29 PST 2002
I also have CableModem "Fibertel" (I'm in Argentina) n I'm using the Motorola
Surfboard SB3100. I only had to install the dhcpcd client (as BLFS says) n
disconect-reconnect the modem (to make it recognize the mac address).
El Dom 24 Nov 2002 15:38, escribió:
> > (snippage - naughty top poster!)
> > > Thanks for the pointer. The current (June 2001)
> > version does actually
> > > include NTL here, but it skips over the hard part
> > - you have to get the
> > > network card registered. Current consensus is that
> > you really need to
> > > use windoze to do this. About to try this, if I
> > can look myself in the
> > > eye, and find a windows CD and spare disk (built
> > LFS-3.3 for my
> > > firewall/router, a massive 2Gb disk, no space for
> > windoze as well as
> > > LFS.
> > Yech. My condolences. It's a shame they're too
> > cheap to hire phone
> > monkeys capable of manually entering a MAC address
> > into their system for
> > you.
> I've been following this thread and I'm lost as to why
> your cable modem won't work with Linux. I'm not using
> NTL as I'm in Mexico but I am using a Motorola
> surfboard sb4100 cable modem. Setting it up was easy I
> just installed the dhcp server as per the BLfS book.
> I did not have to register my network card mac address
> only the mac address on the surfboard itself but you
> have to do that whatever OS you are using. Have I
> missed something?
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