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mschellens
post Jun 24 2005, 11:11 AM
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I switched my C3k to english.
Now I want to do TCP/IP over the usb port.
I believe this can be done with the Interne Setting Wizard
From NETWORK I choose Dialop/PPP then LAN Card
The next three screens are japanese only and I see only squares.
Could anybody tell what the mean?

Or is there another way to set this up?

Thanks,
ms
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gtJormungand
post Jun 28 2005, 06:52 AM
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Actually, the Internet Settings window is not the correct place to do this.
Go to the "PC Link" settings and set the zaurus to use the "PC Link Setting". Then set the hostname, wanted ip (usually 192.168.0.201), and then make sure the connection type is "USB - TCP/IP (advanced)".
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post Jun 30 2005, 09:06 AM
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QUOTE(gtJormungand @ Jun 28 2005, 11:52 PM)
Actually, the Internet Settings window is not the correct place to do this.
Go to the "PC Link" settings and set the zaurus to use the "PC Link Setting".  Then set the hostname, wanted ip (usually 192.168.0.201), and then make sure the connection type is "USB - TCP/IP (advanced)".
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Thanks,
I did this, and samba works now fine.
But still the zaurus does not know what to route where and
any nameservers.
I think with the "PC Link Setting" you set up the hardware layer,
but with the Internet Settings the higher layers.
Of course it could be done from the command line, but the
Internet Setting should do it in a much more comfortable way.
ms
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