Description of problem:
Whenever I started my PC connected to and ADSL USB modem (Huawei) I have to make
the conection by hand. Now I entered the commands to the /etc/rc.local and
connection is comming up at boot time, but I think the place for this is in the
network configuration scripts, especificaly
The lines I have to add are:
br2684ctl -c 0 -b -a 0.33
ifconfig nas0 up
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
As mentioned above
Steps to Reproduce:
If I enable ppp0 at boot it doesn't work
ppp0 has to come up in boot time.
1) if you need to load that module by hand, it's a bug in that module
2) the br2684ctl line looks like it's best done in a udev script
3) what is nas0?
Sorry Bill. Got it fixed in modprobe.conf:
alias nas0 br2684
install br2684 /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install br2684 && /usr/sbin/br2684ctl -c
0 -b -a 0.33 >/dev/null 2>&1 || :
The thing was that there was no information on how to automatize this. Seeing
how the sound card got loaded I tried those lines in modprobe.conf whcih work
like a charme.
With that, does it work?
If it's a USB device, the driver really should be loading automatically.
The problem was not with the USB module, which is the ueagle-atm, but with the
br2685 module (I'm not an expert on this) that is a bridge to the ATM protocol.
The thing is that there are parameters that have to be given to the module (the
br2684) to make it work with my ISP (the -a 0.33 argument), and the only way I
knew how to do it was with the command lines that I stated in the original
Maybe, as there is a proliferance of USB modem there should be a graphical
interface in Fedora con configure them.
Moving to system-config-network, then. Not sure how automatically this could be
detected and configured, though.
very difficult to automatize this...
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