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Old 07-28-2004, 10:26 PM   #1
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Installing Network Card

HP Pavillion ze4600 Laptop
Card: National Semiconductor Corporation DP83815

I installed the network card drivers for my laptop. I go back to PPPoEconf and it scans and it finds eth0 and scans for access concentrators. It doesn't find any. It's plugged in. It said it may be due to another device using PPP with the modem. Is this possible? I just yesterday installed debian. Any ideas on finding out what's messing things up? Is this just a misconfigured network problem?

PCMCIA-CS is installed.

Internet doesn't work.

Thanks in advance guys.
Old 07-29-2004, 01:47 AM   #2
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Your problem statement is a little confusing. The network card you are trying to set up, does it have a modem attached to it? If not then don't bother with pppoeconf.


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