Ubuntu Networking :: Connect Adsl Modem / Cannot Create Dial-up Option Where Can Give Username And Password?
Apr 9, 2010
I use an atom based processor of 1.60 ghz on intel d945gclf board. My ram is a zion 1gb @ 533mhz. Hdd is from western digital 80gb @ 7200 rpm. I have a broadband(dsl) connection from bsnl dataone (a state owned telecom service provider). I connect to internet via a huawei wa1003a ethernet/usb/wireless modem which is provided by my service provider. I need a username and a password everytime i connect to internet via dial-up.
I was using windows xp service pack ii. It was nice and easy installing my modem on xp either via usb or ethernet. Both ways it was easy as i have both the drivers with me.Only and main problem was fighting viruses. I tried many free downloadable anti-virus software to protect my maching. Initially they were fine. But after few months they stopped taking regular updates and became non-functional. I also tried symantec corporate v.10. But it has its drawbacks also. It made my machine perform like a snail.I had previously heard about linux based operating systems. But never tried one. As i am an ameteur in using computers windows xp was suiting my needs. Recently i saw an article in the newspaper about ubuntu which is a free open source operating system. And most important to me it is virus free.But here is a problem also. I cannot connect to internet. My ubuntu 9.10 karmic koala is not identifying my modem and a network between my modem and my machine cannot be established. Also i cannot create a dial-up option where i can give username and password.
i am having trouble connecting to the broadband connection which needs to dial the username and password but as i am very new in the linux how can i connect to the internet. i use ubantu 10.04. is there any application to dial username and password and connect to internet?
I have been working for the last week trying to connect my serial hardware external modem (courier 56K v.everything) within an Ubuntu 10.4 environment. I live in the boonies where I am presently forced to use dial up, so this has got to work, else I cannot update Ubuntu or download software. After trying various suggestions, which my very limited Linux skills fail me, I opted for the suggestion that I download gnome-ppp, install and then use it. Seeing how I cannot download it through Synaptic Package Manager (which I was advised to but can't as it is my Linux computer that I am trying to connect).
I downloaded the zipped file (gnome-ppp_0.3.23_Oubuntu2.tar.gz ) to a USB stick, copied it to the home directory and then extracted it, wherein a new directory was created with many files in it. From here I have been unable to install it through the command line (not sure how), nor have I been able, as was suggested, to install it via the Synaptic Package Manager (can't get it to see the file, not sure how to). I need explicit (Newbie) instructions on how either to connect the modem without gnome-ppp, or instructions on how to get gnome-ppp installed.
I have an ADSL Internet connection with static IP.I connected through PPPOE from my modem to my ISP.I need to ssh from outside of my home to my home, But i don't know to use which connection between my computer and my modem.(dhcp ,static , bridge or ....)
I have 2 pcs at home. I dont have a switch so I can connect only one PC at a time to my adsl router/modem for internet access. In the past I had successfully connected the two PCs (NIC to NIC) to each other using the same ethernet cable which was supplied with my dlink adsl modem.
Recently the motherboard of on of my PC went bad so I replaced it with a new one. The problem is when I connect the two using the same Ethernet cable they won't connect. The lights on the Ethernet port won't light up. I can still connect both of them to the adsl router (NIC to Router) (one at a time).
My broadband internet connection came with a Nokia-Seimens C2110 Adsl modem. Please help me connect the modem through USB cable as the ethernet card is used to connect my computer(Asus- P5RD2 VM motherboard) to a different computer on LAN. I am in a fix and have no clue how to proceed.
i've just installed opensuse 11.2 everything is working fine but i'm unable to connect to the internet through my adsl modem the network is shown to be active but after i configure the dsl connection i can't see any option from where to connect
My router/adsl modem is not connected to a power supply so when power goes and comes the network will do a re-boot. Now the problem is my OpenSUSE network won't come back on! I set the static ip as Autoeth0 to eth0 however when network updates I losse eth0. Why is this happening? Why doesn't the PC simply re-connect? Can I do it via command line?
I'd like to manually mount my nfs share mount -t nfs ipaddress:/nfsshare /mnt/nfsfolder but would like to include a userid and password option via command (not via fstab), since the nfs share has different credentials than the server where I'm mounting to. What's the proper switch to include in this line?
I'm using an external Huawei CDMA fixed wireless terminal (phone + dial-up modem). It connects to my PC via a USB port. Actually my PC recognizes it (after driver installation) as "TIUMP Serial Port". I guess the driver is a kind of USB adapter for a serial port.
I can't get it to work in ubuntu 9.10. I ran wvdial (after installing dependencies and wvdial package) and it doesn't recognize my device as a modem. Is there any solution to this problem? Without solving it, I won't be able to go online from ubuntu.
I use ubuntu 9.10 and PCI connected Conexant CX11252 Modem. My GNOME PPP doesn't detects my modem. How can I create a connection? Is there any way to detect my modem and connect ? or ubuntu is fit only for broadband? I think most of the activities in ubuntu depends on internet. I can't do any work. I am losing my money in Internet Cafe. Broadband is even not available in my resident area. Therefore. find a solution to connect internet via my dial up modem!
I just can't seem to get this thing going. I've also tried Gnome-ppp. Press detect and it says "no modem installed" I did install it in Windows as well to make sure the darn thing actually works. It did perfectly.
Your US Robotics modem attached at /dev/ttyACM0 >>> The problemt: wvdial for some reason cannot use it
I had to edit the /etc/wvdial.conf file with gksudo gedit /etc/wvdial.conf
john@ubuntu:~$ sudo wvdial [sudo] password for john: --> WvDial: Internet dialer version 1.60 --> Cannot get information for serial port
I have a creative modem blaster V.92 which I know works because I have used it on windows and ubuntu how ever I am having some problems with F11 it sounds like its dialing okay and the box pops up that says please wait when I try to connect via the network manager thing but thats all it does the box never goes away and I've looked at the modem lights thing I added to my panel and it says its not sending or receiving anything and firefox doesnt work so I am not sure what I am doing wrong here.
I got an error with the default settings so I switched the device to ttys0 and set the baudrate according to what wvdialconf said was okay which also wont connect for some reason it hangs too.. I am confused here. Has anyone successfully set up a dial up connection in fedora 11
I want to get an adsl 1 internal pci modem card for my home server. Netcomm's NB100 seems to be the most readily available. Does anyone know if there are ubuntu drivers for it? If not can you suggest a card that does and is easy to get a hold of?
After much work finding the bits and bobs to get my PCI controller based modem working in Ubuntu 9.10, I need a better way to start and stop it. Now it dials up when I reboot whether I want to be online or not. I can stop this, but it won't dial up again without a reboot.
I would love a way to push a button to get it to connect and disconnect, and blinking lights (like the green computer screens in WinXP) to tell me when I am communicating. Even better would be a way to set up multiple connections, again like in XP so I could use a variety of numbers and/or user names depending on where I am.
While communicating with cpanel , they said they don't support on any NAT router based network. To host website with cpanel internet should be connected directly with modem (no router) I have a dell poweredge server and recently brought PCI modem. I have 8 IP static addresses from my ISP. cpanel as they said that they don't support networking.
How can i create folders in linux? so far i have created the folders i need using mkdir /home/computer now what i need to do is create five more folders but each folder sill have their own username and password
I am currently running a network with a file server that runs Ubuntu 10.04 Desktop at the moment. DHCP and samba are setup on it for now. Has multiple network cards but we only use the gigabit interface. Here's what I want to do in the near future. I want to provide internet access to the network via ADSL (no better option currently) So what i'll have is one or more ADSL lines and their corresponding modems (most likely D-link ones as they are cheap). As i understand it the server will be doing the job of a router. anyway, point wise here's what i want to be able to do:
1. Have ability to increase capacity/bandwidth with more ADSL line & modem combinations 2. Have user accounts (probably web based setup or any other option) for internet access so that they can be billed per GB. 3. Still be able to share files that are on the local network using local DHCP if possible.
So to an existing network that has files i want to add internet access capability. but users will have to log on so that their usage can be monitored. I have been searching around but maybe the search terms are wrong for what i need accomplished. i don't mind upgrading the ubuntu version to the server edition so long as i can use X11 forwarding atleast so that i can do remote monitoring. VNC is too slow, and using nautilus forwarded via X11 to my desktop sorts out most of my needs. The network provide has suggested maybe using pppoe but i am thinking if there was a welcome page based authentication system then it'd be more easy to monitor?
What are the pros and cons of various current model ADSL modem routers for use with DD-WRT, OpenWRT or Tomato? There are, of course, hardware compatibility lists (HCLs) for each of these (DD-WRT, OpenWRT and Tomato) but many of the models are no longer available and there are so many that researching them all would be onerous. Many pages on the Internet recommend the WRTG54L and that would be great but it is no longer an option except second user which is increasingly difficult. What are the pros and cons of the various chipsets: ADM5120, AR7, IXP4xx and BCM63xx?