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  1. #1

    Setting a dial-up connection in Red Hat 7.3 (Linux newbie)

    I need to connect to Internet using my Siemens S45 cellphone but don't know how to do it in Linux. I can do this easily in Win2k, the only problem is that I don't have the slightiest idea how it works in Linux. I tried the Internet Configuration Wizard and set all the parameters to the same values as in Win2k but when I pressed the button Activate nothing happened for a long time so I had to kill the activation.

    Does anybody know how to do this?

    (or where can I get information on how serial ports/modems/network connections/... work in Linux)

  2. #2
    Linux Guru
    Join Date
    Oct 2001
    Täby, Sweden
    Well, I have no idea how connecting through a cell phone would work to begin with, but if you were to sponsor me with one of those phones, I could find out for you. ;-)

    Joking aside, though - how do you connect it to the computer, and how do you set it up in Windows?

  3. #3

    Can't find built in modem on Dell Inspiron I8100

    In the modem configuration panel the Modem device selection form allows selection
    of the following:
    On win 2K com3 works as well as can be expected. This implies /dev/ttys2 should work,
    but so far I haven't been able to get the modem to go off hook under Fedora Core 1.

    Any suggestions?

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    Exclamation red hat linux 9 and my dial up modem device

    i got a problem about using or installing a modem device. using a dial up modem and a phone line... my modem device is d-link dfm-526is and i have a driver for red hat linux 9. but, my problem is i cant configure my modem device inside of that program. or i cant even understand what the manual says...
    can someone help and give me a step by step guide to this...
    pls. help me with this... thanx...

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