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    Setting up my ADSL Internet connection on Mandrake Linux

    I have installed Mandrake Linux 10.1 on my computer, and I'm having a bit of trouble getting it to work.

    I live in the UK, and I am using BT Yahoo! Broadband as my internet connection, which naturally works fine on my Windows system.

    However, I am trying to set it up on Linux, to which it doesn't connect.

    The wizard detects my modem perfectly, as the Alcatel SpeedTouch ADSL modem. No driver issues there. However, when I input all the details such as username/password/network ID etc, it doesn't seem to connect.

    As I am a complete beginner in Linux, I'm not sure how to get around this problem - any help would be appreciated thanks.

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    I don't use Mandrake, but i have BT Broadband working with SuSE, so its possible.
    In mandrake is there somware named something like 'default gateway' were you put in your ISP's server's IP address? and is there anything like an IP forwarding option? if so enable it;

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    speedtouch adsl

    please visit
    and follow the instrutions. if you still have trouble, please send a note and i wil send across a step by step instruction.

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    hmmm... I've followed all the instructions on the website but I'm still having no luck..

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    Are you using DHCP?
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    Nope, I've only got one computer connected to my broadband internet. I don't use a router etc.

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