Question about Siemens SpeedStream 4200 (13A4200001) Bridge
I have an ADSL2 connection with Optus Australia and have recently installed Ubuntu Linux (Gutsy Gibbon) on a separate drive. Of course, Optus only supplied an installation disk for Windoze. I have managed to get Linux to recognise the net connection and it is picking up my IP but I can't configure the PPPoE to access it as every time I try to run the pppoeconf file to set it up, it returns an error message that it is unable to communicate with the modem and cannot proceed. Any suggestions please
I use knoppix v3.3 (linux) to test a hardware part (1cd only, not the latest, but the fastest) boot from cd.
Test your system with that first.
Thats just a half part of the problem, but after that you have only 50% left. (I am not a linux expert, but I can use that CD easy)
Posted on Nov 11, 2007
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