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webazoid 07-30-2004 01:40 AM

modem users: how are u accessing the net?
for those still using modems, how are u accessing the net?

gabebster 07-30-2004 01:53 AM

I use a hardware modem.

darthtux 07-30-2004 02:20 AM

US Robotics external modem. Have also used Zoom external and Rockwell internal.

msamair 07-30-2004 09:57 AM

I am using AZTECH modem t o connect,
Works cool.

theYinYeti 07-30-2004 09:59 AM

Olitec hardware external modem (Speed'Com V92-ready).

slackist 07-30-2004 10:05 AM

I use a fairly old Hayes external modem, works fine.


jeff1500 07-30-2004 06:20 PM

USR internal ISA

rykel 08-17-2004 03:21 AM

hi all,

i have NOT been able to use my SuSE 9.1 Pro with 3Com/USR internal modem to access the net at all.

so i went out and bought a pctel 789 chipset internal modem, which was supposed to work, only to find out that it works just with an OLDER kernel. (kernel 2.4)

i have tried an experimental driver from one of the sites, but no to avail.

at tis stage, i am considering getting an Aztech 56k usb external modem (um9100), but until i am sure tat it will work with my kernel, i will not plonk in my money again.

does anyone here have experience with the aztech modem i spoke about and SuSE 9.1 pro?

well i am left with accessing the net with Windows 98. sigh.



amosf 08-17-2004 04:08 AM

I got a Maestro woomera external modem on a P166MMX running smoothwall gateway to the 6 PC's in the house.

eBopBob 08-17-2004 04:20 AM

I have the same modem as theYinYeti: Olitec hardware external modem (Speed'Com V92-ready).

The reason being, my internal modem which is a Lucent LT WinModem just won't work, and I just didn't want the hassle getting it to work because I'm getting a desktop PC soon, so I'll have that same hassle again. Now with an external modem I won't. :)

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