ken at kenmoffat.uklinux.net
Tue Nov 26 10:40:20 PST 2002
On Tue, 26 Nov 2002, Jonathan Wright wrote:
> I've got NTL at home too, although I originally set it up from my main
> box (WinXP). NTL itself don't seam to take the MAC address of the
> network card you use, just the MAC address of the modem. (It set it all
> up via the Ethernet port)
> I ran into a problem them when I eventually transfered it my Linux
> server: it wouldn't pick up dhcp. But, if you cycle the power on the
> modem, it picks it up fine (and has done since). So, from the looks of
> it, when there's power in the modem, it'll only let you use one network
So far, I've only tried one network card, and the dhcp part works fine,
although I've been power-cycling the set-top box whenever I try
Still searching formy windoze CD...
> As for the setup, the program just points you to a web site which does
> all the checks and setting up. I can't remember the address though.
Out of the darkness a voice spake unto me, saying "smile, things could be
worse". So I smiled, and lo, things became worse.
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