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    alternative solution for Internet connection to CentOS


    hi,
    i am a fresher to linux. presently i am using CentOS for getting some experience in that. but i have a problem with internet connection using in CentOS. i am using prolink USB ADSL2+ modem (H5200U). so, i request from all readers to give alternative answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruzan View Post
    presently i am using CentOS for getting some experience in that. but i have a problem with internet connection using in CentOS. i am using prolink USB ADSL2+ modem (H5200U). so, i request from all readers to give alternative answer.
    Welcome to the forums!

    Not sure that I'm following your question... are you asking for alternatives to CentOS, other modem options, or fixes for your current modem situation?
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    Ditto Ozar's response. To note: if you are connecting via a DSL modem as you seem to be doing, you can either connect it to a router, or directly to your computer. Which is it? If directly to your computer, you may need a "patch" cable for the modem to work. So, please describe in more detail your hardware configuration and how you are trying to connect to the modem.
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    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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