Re: setting up network
I guess the best way to find out how to configure your nic on a network
is to ask the administrator, you could use ethercap thou.
If you switch between different networks, consequently different nic
configurations, you should do [apt-cache show intuitively], I use it and
El dom, 23-01-2005 a las 18:37 +0000, Pollywog escribió:
> I am planning to stay at a hotel which has Internet access but I know nothing
> about the IP addresses they use. I am assuming they use dhcp. If I know
> nothing of their network, what is the most convenient way to get my laptop
> connected? I am using KDE on a Debian Sarge system and my laptop is a
> Thinkpad (an old one) using a PCMCIA NIC.
> I have pump and dhcp-client installed and also guessnet, but I have never used
> either of them.
> sp@mtr@p: firstname.lastname@example.org
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