Tue Jun 4 12:17:20 MDT 2013
Configure the ethernet card, with COAS>Network>Ethernet Interfaces.
Adjust the following settings:
> a) PNP configuration - leave set at 'Disabled'
> b) Interface Address - change to 10.0.0.2
> c) network mask - leave set to 255.255.255.0
> d) broadcast address - leave set to 0.0.0.255
> e) default route - change setting to enabled, and enter value 10.0.0.1
> f) change 'Init at boot time' to enabled
As I remember once you set the default rout you should be able to ping the
router at 10.0.0.1, and telnet to it at that address. Then you should be able
to issue the cbos commands.
Someone w/ more experience in networking can probably give you more complete
info. Sorry if this is vague, hopefully it will help. As I said, I actually
set it up in windows first. From there getting Linux to see the router was
relatively easy, actually easier than setting up a modem.
John Starkey wrote:
> Hello again.
> I recieved my DSL kit a few days ago. And I've got severl questions for
> those DSL users out there.
> Ok. So I've got everything hooked up the way it seems it should based on
> the Manual. I've been looking through Cisco's site for help and I'm stuck
> on the very first process-- finding CBOS.
> I've got the CDROM (Commander). I've looked through it and can't find any
> UNIX executables. Do I have the wrong CDROM?? Dumb question??
> Is there a site anyone knows of where I can find the CBOS program for
> They sent me the user guide for Windoze. (why.... them..... :} )
> I told them I wanted it for either Mac or Linux. So I got the obvious
> choice I guess.
> I called tech. support to find out if the blinking (WAN) LNK light would
> become steady green when they've got me up and running. They said yes.
> Anyone know of a reason they may be wrong?? If so how will I know they've
> got me config'd.
> I'm seeing a steady greeen light on the LAN LNK which is connected to the
> hub <uplink>. But I'm gonna MASQ thru eth0 to eth1 on the linux box once I
> have everything ok. It was steady green when I connected to eth0 also so I
> guess everything is ok there? Meaning all I need is CBOS now to config??
> If not can I config it from native commands (linux)??
> I was told that they always try to config the router before they send it
> out. So I assume it's ready to go for Windoze based on the info I've
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