(OT) configuring for router
Stephen.Dawes at calgary.ca
Wed Jun 16 13:44:13 EDT 2004
No, you should be able to disable the dhcp on the router so that you do
not need to change your current network card configurations.
Don't do more then you need to.
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> [mailto:speakup-bounces at braille.uwo.ca] On Behalf Of Cheryl Homiak
> Sent: 2004 June 16 10:38 AM
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> Subject: (OT) configuring for router
> I just got a router (zonenet) and I've never had a router before. The
> person who brought it knows nothing about linux. What do I
> need to read or
> where can I find information on how to configure my
> /etc/network/interfaces for the router. We plugged the router
> in but while
> it showed data, my computer didn't go online. for one thing,
> the only dhcp
> server running should be on the router so obviously I have to
> change my
> I did try looking this up on google but I kept running into
> stuff about
> _building_ a router in linux instead of what i want to know.
> Any help or
> referral to information would be most deeply appreciated!!!
> I'm posting
> this here because I often don't get lists back from debian
> lists and I'm
> afraid that on mostly sighted lists people will be doing some kind of
> configuration with X.
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