I need some urgent help if someone is up to it.
I have had to set up a small token ring LAN to configure some PC's for some
of our european offices, They are all NT BTW. but in order to get them to
talk to out 100Mb star, i decided to use Linux as an IP forwarder or router.
Ive installed Redhat 6.1, no hassle there.
Configured the 3C905b, no hassle there either.
yep youve guessed it.
IBM Token Ring PCI wake on Lan, detected supposedly configured, but it wont
work. I have it configured as device tr0 and device type is set to IBM non
DMA Token ring adapter. the PC is a Dell Optiplex Gx1.
My original goal was to have a different IP range for token ring, eg.
10.110.50.1 etc. and be able to access our Class B through the token ring
Has anyone run into similar problems before or can this actually be done.
Thanks in advance
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