Simon Green | 2 Jan 05:22 2003
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DSE PCI card working under linux

Hi,

Has anyone got the DSE PCI card (XH1137) successfully working under
Linux? I've been having a go at getting it going, but so far have not
had any luck.

I have running Debian woody (unstable) and have a custom 2.4.20 kernel
installed, along with the Conexant modem drivers. When I try and start
pppd, this is what I get (from syslog):

Jan  2 16:41:45 box pppd[843]: Plugin /usr/lib/pppd/plugins/pppoatm.so
loaded.
Jan  2 16:41:45 box pppd[843]: PPPoATM plugin_init
Jan  2 16:41:45 box pppd[843]: PPPoATM setdevname_pppoatm
Jan  2 16:41:45 box pppd[843]: PPPoATM setdevname_pppoatm - SUCCESS
Jan  2 16:41:45 box pppd[844]: pppd 2.4.0 started by root, uid 0
Jan  2 16:41:45 box kernel: atm_connect (TX: cl 1,bw 0-0,sdu 16386; RX:
cl 1,bw 0-0,sdu 1502,AAL 5)
Jan  2 16:41:45 box pppd[844]: Using interface ppp0
Jan  2 16:41:45 box pppd[844]: Connect: ppp0 <--> 
Jan  2 16:41:48 box atmsigd: SSCOP: layer management - error O
"VT(CC)>=MaxCC"
Jan  2 16:42:12 box last message repeated 6 times
Jan  2 16:42:15 box pppd[844]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests 

Also:
box:/etc/ppp# cnxadslconfig -q0
AutoWiringSelection           1
AutoSenseHandshake            1
AdslHeadEndEnvironment        0
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dan carter | 6 Jan 12:19 2003
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Re: 3Com Dual link ADSL Modem and Win XP

Biff wrote:

>Network.
>3com connected to a switch would be nice.
>
That is how i use it, connected to a switch (but with linux not XP on 
the dialup machine).  Absolutely no need for a second nic in the box 
just to talk to the modem.

What is the error you are getting?  Can you be more specific than 'it is 
fine on 98 but not XP' ?

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Leigh Wanstead | 7 Jan 23:15 2003
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DLINK DSL 504 Linux

Hello everyone,

I got a DLINK DSL 504 yesterday. I want to know how people use it on Linux 
in a secure way?

I plan to disable NAT in the router, and enable DMZ to route all traffic to 
a computer A. Computer A will get two network cards. One network card 
connect to one port of a DLINK DSL 504. Another network card connect to my 
home network switch. I will run Redhat Linux 8 firewall on computer A. And 
web server on computer A too using dynamic DNS service.

By the way, does anyone know that NZ ISP are blocking http traffic on 
JetStart to stop people run webserver on that plan? I know Telecom 
agreement. I just want to know any ISP actually do that or not?

TIA

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dan carter | 8 Jan 09:10 2003
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Re: DLINK DSL 504 Linux

Leigh Wanstead wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>
> I got a DLINK DSL 504 yesterday. I want to know how people use it on 
> Linux in a secure way?
>
> I plan to disable NAT in the router, and enable DMZ to route all 
> traffic to a computer A. Computer A will get two network cards. One 
> network card connect to one port of a DLINK DSL 504. Another network 
> card connect to my home network switch. I will run Redhat Linux 8 
> firewall on computer A. And web server on computer A too using dynamic 
> DNS service.

Why have two network cards in the linux box?  Why not just plug 
everything into your home network switch?  You can still have the linux 
box firewalling the connection without the need for extra network cards.

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Nathan Legg | 8 Jan 10:44 2003
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Re: DLINK DSL 504 Linux

Because the security of the network would then pivot on trusting the router
to ignore nat.  Most people (or those that have something to do with linux)
these days have a bunch of 10/100 cards lying around, and they are cheap
enough.

>
> Why have two network cards in the linux box?  Why not just plug
> everything into your home network switch?  You can still have the linux
> box firewalling the connection without the need for extra network cards.
>
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Robert Hamilton | 9 Jan 00:12 2003
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Checkpoint Secure remote and M1122

Hi

I have seen a lot of posts in the archives of people trying to get this to work .. But no success storys . Is it
possible ?

The right track ? 

Address (internal) port (internal) port (external) no pts Protocol

192.168.1.20 - 50 - 50 - 1 - ESP-IPSEC

192.168.1.20 - 2746 - 2746 - 1-  UDP

192.168.1.20 - 500 - 500 - 1 - UDP

Cheers

Robert 

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David Lilienthal | 9 Jan 02:57 2003
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3Com Home Connect: fill me in

Hi Everyone,

I've had a good look through the list archives but cannot quite find
what I'm after.

Situation: I have a 3Com HomeConnect Dual Link modem & Windows 2000.
Jetstream was installed yesterday.

I have two problems, which I think are separate, but which may be
related.

1) Occasionaly the modem seems to have trouble finding the ADSL cirucit
(the little LED blinks orange instead of being green) -- in fact most of
last night it was doing this, but most of today it has found the
circuit.

2) Every 3-5 minutes, especially with inactivity, I am disconnected --
or rather the link becomes unusable and eventually the dialler notices
and tries to reconnect. While I am connected, the link works great. I
have tried using the RASPPPOE dialler which is much nicer than 3Com's
but still has the same problem. Craig Whitmore very kindly mentioned
something about the LCP setting, but I cannot work out where to change
this setting in the registry.

I have tried 3Com support, which was laughable. After many hours talking
to Telecom/Xtra, a Telecom service person is coming to "check the line"
in a few days (may help resolve issue 1). 

Any help on issue 2) would be most appreciated -- I know it has been
discussed here before, but not for sometime. I'm hoping there is some
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Regan Murphy | 9 Jan 03:26 2003
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RE: 3Com Home Connect: fill me in

If you are brave you can try turning it into a OfficeConnect Remote 812
router instead (disables the usb port):
http://www.fotonica.fis.unb.br/adsl/default_en.htm

I remember that a friend who had one needed to update the
software/firmware before everything worked ok. Not sure of the procedure
though.

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-----Original Message-----
From: David Lilienthal [mailto:david <at> softcom.co.nz] 
Sent: Thursday, 9 January 2003 2:58 p.m.
To: adsl <at> lists.unixathome.org
Subject: 3Com Home Connect: fill me in

Hi Everyone,

I've had a good look through the list archives but cannot quite find
what I'm after.

Situation: I have a 3Com HomeConnect Dual Link modem & Windows 2000.
Jetstream was installed yesterday.

I have two problems, which I think are separate, but which may be
related.

1) Occasionaly the modem seems to have trouble finding the ADSL cirucit
(the little LED blinks orange instead of being green) -- in fact most of
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Jason Chuang | 9 Jan 07:11 2003
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Re: Checkpoint Secure remote and M1122

Robert,

Using the Checkpoint Secure remote client does work through a Nokia M1122 as
I have set this up for someone.

The pinhole settings below are correct

Limitations - only 1 device behind a M1122 can NAT through at any one time

There are some settings that need to be set on the Client (like IKE UDP
Encapsulation) and also some configuration on the FW itself.

Check out

http://www.phoneboy.com or more specifically
http://www.phoneboy.com/fom-serve/cache/89.html

Sorry I cannot be more specific as it was a while back that I did this (but
I know it is still working)

Cheers

Jason

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Sent: Thursday, January 09, 2003 12:12 PM
Subject: Checkpoint Secure remote and M1122

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tap | 9 Jan 08:50 2003
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3com 3CP4130 modem drivers?

i just got this modem it didn't not come with the cd though is there anyone who can help me out with this?. I've
tried their website but it only has one which it suggests you don't use
thanks

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