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I have installed a program called wireless-tools-26-2.i386.rpm which I have no clue to where it resides on my system to configure WEP, etc. Also, if I configure a DSL in ...
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    Getting connected


    I have installed a program called wireless-tools-26-2.i386.rpm which I have no clue to where it resides on my system to configure WEP, etc.

    Also, if I configure a DSL in Yast I have the following settings:

    PPP Mode is PPP over ATM

    PPP Mode-Dependent Settings
    VPI/VCI

    It has a box that needs me to put in some command and I'm not sure what to put. I tried both VPI & VCI but nothing changes apart from in my system log it says something about VPI or VCI, depending what one I use is an unknown command.

    Ethernet Card: eth0
    Configure Network Cards (greyed out)

    Modem IP Address
    10.0.0.138 (?)

    Should that IP point to my router 192.168.2.1?

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    If you have a router, you should be able to set up internt from the Redhat networking utility. You can also do this manually by running "dhcpcd" or "pump", if you use PPPOE check out "rp-pppoe".

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