[clug] ADSL Routers
burn at goldweb.com.au
Thu Apr 24 22:02:50 EST 2003
Given I started this thread ... I ended up with an external ADSL
Ethernet modem - price decided me in the end - $150.00 for a Conexant
based chipset - the Netcomm NB1300. Also, they recently released
firmware - 15 Apr 2003! So it's actively supported.
The Dynalink ADSL cards/modems are based on the Ipex chipset. The Linux
support Dynalink refers to is at 2.4.2! I have seen a goggle reference
to 2.4.16 but not much else.
The Pulsar PCI ADSL card does have up-to-date support - see
traverse.com.au - in fact you can send your Linux kernel config files to
their site and they will spin you a pulsar.o and e-mail it to you - it
appears to be fully supported!
All I need now is for Telstra to move my line (to a DSLAM I suppose) and
then it's a'dsling I go!
On Thu, 2003-04-24 at 20:05, Mark Purcell wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 22, 2003 at 09:25:55PM +1000, Grant Baldwin wrote:
> > The PCI & USB ADSL modems are (often) software modems. Be wary check for
> > driver support, user experiences etc. first.
> Well the ALH110 I mentioned below specifically states that it is supported
> by Linux.
> Does anyone have any real world experience with then and Linux?
> > http://www.dynalink.com.au/products/alh110.htm
> > http://www.dynalink.com.au/products/alh181.htm
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