I just installed FreeBSD 4.7 on my HP OmniBook 4150 laptop and
everything runs well.  I have an external modem that I connect to the
COM1 port (/dev/cuaa0) and I'm able to phone to my ISP without a

This laptop came with a pc-card modem that I'd like to get working, so
that I don't have to drag around the external.  It's a

    Xircom RealPort Ethernet 10/100+Modem 56

As near as I can tell, the system supports and recognizes this card (I
get beeps and useful looking messages whenever I insert or remove it).
However, It's not clear to me what device it's associated with.  I'm
thinking that If I knew the device, all I would have to do is change the

    set device /dev/cuaa0

in my ppp.conf file to reflect the pc-card device and everything would
work.  Is there more to it than this?  All the literature I've been able
to find on PPP just talks about serial communications.  I have no
experience with pcmcia devices.

Any input would be greatly appreciated.


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