Good evening, everyone. I have the above modem (Which is actually cable modem router; it allows two simultaneous connections through the ethernet and USB ports on separate computers). I have found out that I was getting carrier droppage through my ethernet card (I'll mess with a new cable later ;-). Anyway, I decided to try the USB interface. I have the usb kernel modules installed right now. Both of my devices (a Compaq IJ650 InkJet, and the modem) are detected by the UHCI kernel modules. When I try inserting the aue module, it doesn't activate my modem.
When I do insert the modem, the ugen module receives the USB connection. Ok, seemed fine thus far. But when I try to setup my DHCP connection using ugen0 as my network interface, no go. In linux, I get the following class/vendor ID (output from lsusb): Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0bb2:6098 Ambit Microsystems Corp. Also, in Linux, I'm using the acm and CDCEther kernel modules. So, I know it's a CDCE-type device. So, my question is this: Is this modem's USB interface supported in FreeBSD 4.8 and/or 5.1? If so, which kernel module(s) can be used. If not, oh well. Time to buy the replacement Ethernet cable. -- Derek J Witt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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