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Still not working , the card now seems to connected up, the configuration of the device made no difference, any ideas? One thing though how do I find out my 'Internet Service Provider's Domain Name Server IP addresses'? Thanks
just tried to ping the router but it claims it cannot connect with the network. I have phoned up my isp ( bt broadband ) and they claim I did not need a DNS address, I told the person I had linux but was hung up on.Would my router be able to tell me as I can (in window$) connect to the firmware
have been a tinkerin' with my network card etc. and have finally got it to work I can ping the router and everything, one thing is still bothering me, how can I change the intervals when it updates the ip address? Thanks Penguin Tech
I would check the Routers admin menu too see if an ip was given to your wireless card.
Im pretty sure you have to also setup an ssid for your card to use with the router.
Its been so long from since i last used a wireless card with Ndiswrapper with linux (RedHat 8 I think) There should be away to set eth0 or eth1 (whichever is your wireless card) and assign it a ssid.
Currently I have just started to get into Linux. Fedora Core 1 I thought was a good place to start. I am trying to install the F5D7000 Belkin wireless router and have had no luck. I installed ndiswrapper1.2 and was unable to use the OEM drivers. Anyone got any words of wisdom or instructions for this baby to linux?