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Old 02-01-2004, 07:22 PM   #1
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Question Possible to get Modem Lights Proggy 2 pick up eth0?

Is it possible to get Modem Lights Proggy 2 pick up eth0?
If not, is there any proggy capable of performing similair task for LAN connection?
If yes, please tell me how
i tried substituting /sbin/ifup ppp0 with /sbin/ifup eth0 as well as the other part... didnt werky. which seems logical as these commands look more like modem connection strings (like ATz & so on back in the days).

PS I really need em on my bar cause overwise it just doesnt feel right...
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