I've got IPCop 1.3 running on and old P100, using a 33.6 Netcomm Roadster.
After telling it not to use DSL etc, it just configured itself for the modem, no drivers needed.
Modems will (or should) work with a "standard" driver.
Under Windows, you can run any modem with a standard driver, instead of the one that comes with the modem - if you can't, you should dump the modem (ie it'll be non standard).
As for getting an RPM for the modem, IPCop is a very stripped version of RedHat, and pretty much everything is delivered with it, so I don't think you'll be able to do much with it.
I might also be wrong ;P
I've been running IPCop from about February, and it's great - install was minimal, and now I just turn it on and leave it alone.
Last edited by Caysho; 05-07-2003 at 10:37 PM.