[speedtouch] Re: Fedora Core 2 Test 3 Issues (2.6.5 kernel)

2004-05-27 Thread Aad Rijnberg
Hi, thanks to you all I have got the Speedtouch operational with the kernel module. This incorporated the following steps: - install kernel-source rpm - apply patches of Duncan for usb - configure the kernel to include ATM, PPP Over ATM support, Speedtouch (and RFC1483/2684 Bridged Protocols,

[speedtouch] Re: RFC 2684 support in pppoa3

2004-05-27 Thread Edouard Gomez
Forgot to say that it works only for Linux based systems because of the tun/tap device requirements. If this patch proves to be useful, it will be ported on BSDs supporting a tun device. -- Edouard Gomez Liste de diffusion modem ALCATEL SpeedTouch USB Pour se désinscrire : mailto:[EMAIL

[speedtouch] RFC 2684 support in pppoa3

2004-05-27 Thread Edouard Gomez
Hey, I'm trying hard to include support for Classical IPoATM support in pppoa3. I've stealen^Wborrowed code from the eci driver to include more encapsulations from rfc2684. However i'm still far from connecting the modem through pppoa3. So i post here the patch url in order to allow more people

[speedtouch] Re: Modem_Run Ver 1.2

2004-05-27 Thread Ok Overbeek (mz)
Hi Mark! How about switching the 'a' and 'f' switches in the modem_run-call, like: modem_run -v 1 -t 90 -n 4 -a /home/mhuggins/bin/firmware.ZZZLP1.eni -f /home/mhuggins/bin/boot.ZZZLP2.eni instead of your: modem_run -v 1 -t 90 -n 4 -f /home/mhuggins/bin/firmware.ZZZLP1.eni -a

[speedtouch] Re: Modem_Run Ver 1.2

2004-05-27 Thread Gilles Espinasse
Selon Mark Huggins [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I can not load the Speedtouch firmware. I'm running SuSe 9.0 and have followed all latest advice from mail archive with no success. I have tried the following firmware files:- Alcaudsl.sys Firmware.bin KQD6P1.eni and KQD6P2.eni ZZZLP1.eni

[speedtouch] Re: Modem_Run Ver 1.2

2004-05-27 Thread Gilles Espinasse
Selon Mark Huggins [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Thanks Gilles, That did the trick my Speedtouch is now working fine and I have a good working connection. I do have one other question, I'm not an experienced UNIX/Linux user but it strikes me that calling pppd from root exposes potential security