Mikhail Teterin wrote:
So, back to the original question -- am I likely to have to any problems with natd and ipfw dealing with this non-Ethernet interface -- assuming en-driver attaches to this card at all?
wait, why not just take the ethernet cable from the inside interface on your existing modem, connect it to a 2nd 'outside' NIC on your BSD box with a driver that's known to work, and save $100+ on a new modem?
you mentioned "cabling inconvenience" before, but i don't see enough inconvenience to warrant > $100 expenditure. maybe i missed something, wouldn't be the first time... but i'm doing DSL with ipfw/natd at home using multiple NICs (outside, inside, wireless)... and it works well.
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