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donaldfr
Anyone managed to establish a direct DSL connection via a router and external Ethernet card to a Zaurus-3000?

Is this even possible?

Thanks!

-- Donald
bluedevils
Do you mean usb ethernet? No I haven't.

CF ethernet? Yes. Easily.
donaldfr
QUOTE(bluedevils @ Nov 28 2005, 11:05 AM)
Do you mean usb ethernet?  No I haven't.

CF ethernet?  Yes.  Easily.
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You mean with a Compact Flash ethernet card?

If so, please define "easily" (-:

Is it plug-and-play, or can you refer me to some instructions.

Thanks!

-- Donald
bluedevils
yes. Compact flash ethernet. I've used them on every zaurus I own. Mine is recognized immediately (plug and play like). I enter ip/gw/dns and everything works.
bluedevils
actually how do you mean direct dsl connection via router? Do you need pppoe? If you do, then I haven't tried that.
donaldfr
QUOTE(bluedevils @ Nov 28 2005, 01:47 PM)
actually how do you mean direct dsl connection via router?  Do you need pppoe?  If you do, then I haven't tried that.
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I think so. I'd like the browser and the OM/Pi E-mail client to work.

> I enter ip/gw/dns and everything works.

You do that at a terminal prompt?

Thanks!

-- Donald
heiko
QUOTE(donaldfr @ Nov 28 2005, 08:58 PM)
Anyone managed to establish a direct DSL connection via a router and external Ethernet card to a Zaurus-3000? 

Is this even possible?
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Draytek 2104P, Zaurus 3100, Cacko 1,23 and USB Ethernet adapter (RT chipset) works without any problems.
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