# [Network 0]
SDHCP=n #627 DHCP client
DHCPDNS=y #628 DNS via DHCP
INTNAME0=eth0 #620 Interface
IPADDR0=188.8.131.52 #621 IP address
NETMASK0=255.255.255.128 #622 Netmask
NETWORK0=184.108.40.206 #623 Network address
BRDCAST0=220.127.116.11 #624 Broadcast address
IPRANGE0="" #625 DHCP server dynamic IP range
Lightning wrote:It has been a bit to far back for me to remember exactly what options are in 0.3.7
But there are some problems with your configuration. If you make your primary configuration a dialup router. Then Network 0 must be your internal network and not a public network range.
Lightning wrote:In the 04x series the D-Link network card will require the tulip.gz network card driver installed as it will also in the 03x series from the 'new' directory of the modules for 037.
Lightning wrote:As for the modem, was it auto detected on cua0 or did you pick that port?
What brand of modem is it?
Lightning wrote:If this is a test machine or a new install, I would highly recommend running 0.4.4 over older versions of FREESCO and maybe even trying out the CD version which has all of the network drivers installed by default.
Sed: first RE must be non-null
!!! No network cards found !!!
FATAL ERROR..... IP address or use DHCP on network 0 required.
What you are asking is easily configured, the problem is this. If you want network 0 to face you DSL modem and you want it to dial out. Then you MUST configure the router as an ethernet router with two network cards. Configure network 0 to connect to the modem and network 1 to be your internal LAN. You then just add the modem configuration as a separate item and when you want the router to be a dialup machine you either type "mode dialup" and to go back "mode ethernet" or you can do it from the web control panel with just a click of the mouse and the router will switch modes. If you have more than one dialup ISP then those can also be added easily and choose them by "mode dialup isp1" or "mode dilaup isp2" where isp# is the name of the configured ISP. If you are just using one dialup ISP then the name is not required and or the "default" ISP will be chosen.Network 0 is a public-facing interface (to my ASDL modem). I can not give it a private IP range.
phillipsjk256 wrote:Is there any easy way to disable dial-in just for the modem? I am not sure I want to leave it in autoanswer mode. (I could just disable dial-in altogether since I have not used the null modem cable in years.)
phillipsjk256 wrote:PS: Every packet on the modem link is logged. The messages on screen 3 stopped updating after reaching some limit (after about 40K packets). It does not appear to "fix" itself when I switch back to ethernet mode.
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