Has anyone created a driver yet for an internal ADSL modem?
I have a Speedstream 3060 modem by Efficent Networks.
Thanx in advance
>> Has anyone created a driver yet for an internal ADSL modem?
>> I have a Speedstream 3060 modem by Efficent Networks.
> I have been told that one internal card has a Linux driver. See
I have also heard that only the Xpeed internal modem has Linux drivers
for it. www.xpeed.com
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I'm thinking of getting an ADSL connection, but I need some advice
pertaining to Linux and how it works with internal and external ADSL
connections. My local telephone company (US [Wanky] West) offers two
* Installed and configured Ethernet card (U S WEST can furnish,
install and configure if desired).
* RADSL modem (which you can buy from U S WEST).
* A PCI card (which you can buy from U S WEST). With a U S WEST
supplied PCI RADSL card, a separate Ethernet NIC is not required.
Presumably option one will be trivial because it involves the OS
interfacing with an ethernet card. But what about option two? Any
suggestions which might be the best?