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Old 04-09-2004, 11:25 AM   #1
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Redhat with DM602 router problem


I've been searching for an answer to my problem but with no luck.

I am new to linux and have been trying to complete the simple task of getting online via the network controller on a NforceII board and a Netgear DM602.

When DHCP is enabled, eth0 wont start during boot, but by specifying IP details etc, it appears to be "up". Under windows, all I usually do is pass into a browser to get the config details up for the router, but I've had no luck trying similar ideas.

Do I need to add a ppp xDSL connection as well as the straight eth0 deal? Why does DHCP seemingly mess everything up? Help!


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