Timothy Murphy wrote:
> Have there been any problems with Eircom's Netopia ADSL modems?
> I was sent one a couple of years ago by Eircom without any explanation,
> but as the Alcatel modem they supplied me with originally
> was (and is) still working perfectly, I didn't do anything with it.
>> Anyway, I found it in a cupboard today,
> and tried substituting it for the Alcatel modem,
> but it didn't seem to work under Linux,
> although it did work under Windows XP.
>> Are any ILUGgers using this modem under Linux?
> (My modem is a Netopia Cayman model 3341-EIR.)
>Apologies in advance for the obvious but:
"If it ain't broke don't fix it!",
"Why change for changes' sake?"
No problems with the Netopias. At leatst that I have come across.
Irregardless of client OS.
Also, pretty much anyone using eircom broadband will have one.
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