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SkyEye 06-03-2006 01:04 PM

Anyone got D-Link DSL 200 Rev C1 ADSL Modem working?
I've been trying to get a D-Link DSL 200 Rev C1 ADSL USB modem working both under Fedora and Debian. And the effort is fruitless yet.

D-Link officially doesnt support Linux for the modem. So I tried with many things. Most importantly with eciadsl available from There seems to be people who got to work DSL 200 but they were not using Rev C1. I even looked in to other tutorials too. Eg:

I'm not asking anyone to give a step by step tutorial or I'm not going to tell all the things I've been doing (because of length). If anyone has suceeded in getting a Rev C1 modem work in Linux, please just let me know.

cs-cam 06-04-2006 07:45 AM

No idea what revision it is but I have a DSL200 running great using eciadsl. If you tell me how I can find out which revision it is I'll let you know, I picked the standard DSL200, not Rev 2 when I installed eciadsl if that helps.

Any info you want let me know.

SkyEye 06-07-2006 09:31 AM

Thanx for your info.

The hardware rev is stated in the area behing the modem. Mine look like "C1".

I just got a mail from D-Link saying that there is nothing more they can do about Linux support. They were suggesting to use a ethernet model modem :)

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