Laurent_Coudeur at lionbridge.com wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>> Before I take the plunge and get my new house a new phone connection, I
> wanted to have you opinion on the state of Broadband.
>> let's recap
> is the modem provided Linux compatible?
> and if so what is ti like (USB ethernet serial...)
> eircom UTV Esat
> current cost 39.99 29.99 39
> installation cost 99 99 90
> download 4GB 8GB 8GB
> Modem compatible?
I use the Eircom modem/router - Netopia Cayman 3341.
I haven't managed to get it working as a modem, but I use it as a router
with no problems.
I have two ethernet cards in my "firewall" box. One connected directly
to the router, and the other to the house LAN.
The router side is connected directly using an ordinary ethernet cable,
not a crossover, which I found handy. The connection is configured to
No problems, apart from Eircom's lack of support for my configuration.
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