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Old 09-25-2006, 01:26 AM   #1
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broadband BSNL


just want to share my setup of a broadband connection.
broadband is still catching up in india and many of the isp providers raise eyebrows if one say OS is linux.

setup :

ethernet card :
got a ethernet card which shows as realtek in windoze but not recognized in linux - unknown ehthernet card! on googling found that its a fake realtek card. I found the solution as to use ndiswrapper.
then my card is listed as wlan0 (!?)

ADSL router/modem : Its a billion adsl router. its working fine with my previous isp but when i have to switch to other, it doesn't.
router ip for billion based , is so using a browser login to browser and change a setting VC1 (donno what itis). its value
is 32 for TATA indicom isp. for BSNL change it to 35, enter ur new username , passwd in the same page. save it and close.

now just up, ur ehthernet card and ur on info highway



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