On Sat, 2003-10-04 at 12:22, Alan Hamilton wrote:
> Peter Flynn wrote:
> > Has anyone gone for UTV's broadband offer?
>> Yes, I went for the self install option, and it'd been working perfectly
> since. Great pings and download speeds.
> > And will their supplied Xyzel modem work attached to a PII
> > running RH9?
Ah. This usually means it won't :-)
> I haven't gotten their ZyXEL 630-11 modem to work in linux yet, but it
> should be possible. You need to use something like this  to load the
> firmware (which needs to be done every time the modem is plugged in),
I have a second phone line for this, so I'm assuming this only needs
to be done once (otherwise only after power outages etc).
> and a slightly modified version of this  to use the modem. There are
> some instructions here , unfortunately they are in spanish.
That shouldn't be a problem.
>  http://sourceforge.net/projects/zyxel630-11
That looks useful, thanks. Odd that the firmware exists but the driver
>  http://www.linux-usb.org/SpeedTouch/docs/index.html
This is for an Alcatel SpeedTouch modem. When you say "slightly
modified", can you explain a little more? If it means kernel mods,
forget it: this is a production network, not a sacrificial one, so
recompiling the kernel is not an option.
>  http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=927162&forum_id=287227
This is also for the SpeedTouch modem.
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