Re: Linux & DSL
The roaring penguin client is by far the easiest to use - I successfully ran it for over two years with Verizon in NYC. As to DNS servers, I had the addresses so used them in my resolv.conf file. The documentation is excellent as well.
On Fri, Mar 22, 2002 at 08:50:21AM -0500, Bodnyk, Bruce W wrote:
> I finally got my DSL line at home and want to configure potato as a router
> for my home network. Reading the "DSL Howto for Linux" document it appears
> that I need to a PPPoE client as my DSL provider "Verizon" uses pppoe. I
> have a couple of questions though that hopefully someone can answer.
> 1. Which is the best vs. easiest client to use? I'm still rather new at
> Linux and not sure I want to tackle rebuilding the kernel just yet.
> 2. Do I need my ISPs DNS IP addresses for pppoe? I called the support number
> last night and they told me they didn't have that information to give me.
> Bruce W. Bodnyk
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- Linux & DSL
- From: "Bodnyk, Bruce W" <BBodnyk@fciconnect.com>