linux drivers for D-Link ADSL Modem (ethernet) DSL-300

Gerard Roberts gr at ffwpu.asn.au
Mon Dec 2 16:12:53 CST 2002


Good comment.

I want the linux box to be the gateway and do all the things you 
mentioned. Just started using Linux and don't know much about it. I'll 
get there eventually.

Tried http://www.ipcop.org and got this 
http://www.ipcop.org/cgi-bin/twiki/oops/IPCop/WebHome?template=oopsnoweb

Thanks again,
Gerard

michael wrote:
> Hi.
> 
> I'm a bit mystified with this latest information :)
> 
> If the XP box is the gateway, and it authenticates to your ISP, why do you
> need drivers on the linux box? Most people on this list probably do it the
> other way around, but the XP box just has to share it's internet
> connection to the LAN and you're away!
> 
> Usually, in this situation I'd expect to see a linux gateway box with 2
> netcards in it - one is directly connected to the DSL-300, the other to
> the LAN. PPPoE software on the linux box handles the authentication to the
> ISP. A firewall script (or better, distribution) manages and controls the
> traffic between the two networks, and shares the internet connection to
> all hosts on the LAN.
> 
> I mentioned IpCop before, it's a small (~20mb) distribution that does this
> exactly, out of the box and on minimal hardware (mine is a Pentium 150
> with 32mb ram, no keyboard or monitor). See http://www.ipcop.org if you
> are interested.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Michael
> 
> On Mon, 2 Dec 2002, Gerard Roberts wrote:
> 
> 
>>Thanks for the quick replies Steve, Michael & Stuart.
>>
>>Having no trouble connecting to internet via gateway machine (Windows 
>>XP). I have Red Hat 8.0 on AMD Duron 900MHz, 256MB Ram machine.
>>
>>Trying to follow Red Hat Documentation to install pppoe without success. 
>>http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/linux/RHL-8.0-Manual/custom-guide/s1-network-config-xdsl.html 
>>and 
>>ttp://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/linux/RHL-8.0-Manual/custom-guide/s1-network-config-ethernet.html
>>
>>Will get help at installfest (already registered), if I can't do it myself.
>>
>>Thanks again.
>>
>>Steve Sloan wrote:
>>
>>>No driver required. If you are using the DSL-300 then I take it you have 
>>>a fixed IP from your ISP. Just set an IP on your ethernet card on your 
>>>Linux box which the ISP has allocated you and go. Very easy to get going.
>>>
>>>Steve
>>>
>>>
>>>Gerard Roberts wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>Can't find linux drivers for D-Link ADSL Modem (ethernet) DSL-300. Not 
>>>>available at http://support.dlink.com/products/
>>>>
>>>>Have emailed D-Link and Everythinglinux (my supplier) but I thought 
>>>>someone here might have an answer:-)
>>>>
>>>
>>
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>>Gerard Roberts
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>>
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