Dynalink RTA-100 ADSL Modem compatible with Linux & FreeBSD

Barney Wrightson barney.wrightson at dsto.defence.gov.au
Wed May 7 14:56:48 CST 2003

Darren Williams wrote:
> Hello All
> Just a small inquiry. Does anyone know if the Dynalink RTA-100 adsl modem is
> compatible with Linux & FreeBSD? This modem has a built in router setup for
> internet sharing. Do you see any problems with a heterogeneous network using
> this as the gateway to the internet, apart from the issue of security?
> Cheers,
> Darren Williams
> Power Solutions Dtd Pty Ltd
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I have this modem/router running with 1 debian and 1 win98 machine 
connecting to it. I initially had problems where it would randomly lock 
hard and need a reset - that seemed to be related to web traffic, but a 
recent firmware upgrade seems to have fixed it, although I had to do 
this upgrade from windows :p

All I had to do was plug it in and then set up the ADSL details via it's 
web configuration, and off it went. I have it acting as a DHCP server also.

It also has some firewalling features, although I am unsure how good 
these are.


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