On 3/18/05, John Marder <john.marder(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I use FC3 at home and I have taken a Touchtel/Airtel DSL Connection.
The trouble is that I want to use my Micronet USB ADSL Broadlink
SP3302 Modem in Linux. This modem comes with drivers only for Windows.
I checked the manufacturer's website. Though they want their products
to work with Linux, they donot support Linux(??). I have also checked
the eciadsl Linux driver page. No mention of Micronet's products over
there either. This modem connects directly to the USB port and does
not go through an Ethernet card.
Can you help me use this modem in Linux? What do I need to do?
I solved the problem by using MIcronet SP3351 Broadband ADSL
Router..it connects via the ethernet interface as well as the USB
interface..I use the Ethernet interface...very simple
installation...no probs with NAT either...in case ny1 else has
same/similar prob, i shall be happy to help