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Old 11-20-2005, 12:16 PM   #1
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Connecting to the Internet with Redhat 7.3


I have Zoom DSL X5 Router which I'm trying to connect to my computer running Redhat 7.3 via ethernet. I've selected the SysKonnect SK-98 Gigabit card with Eth0 in the Network Configuration window. However it doesn't appear to recognise anything connected to Eth0. When I try to activate the configuration, it says cannot activate Eth0. If I access the ethernet card with Windows 2000, it sees it without any problems.
Anyone have any ideas??? I also noticed that upon startup, I see Eth1 within the loadable modules, but not Eth0.


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