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Old 12-27-2007, 07:27 PM
Derek Tattersall
 
Default Linksys PLK200 Powerline Ethernet and Linux

Hello,

I just acquired a pair of PLK200 powerline ethernet adaptors, from
Linksys. These seem to work ok with linux once configured, but they have
a windows based configuration utility. Does anyone know of a linux based
configuration utility for these?


I was able to set them up by booting over to windows, but that seems
contrary to the whole spirit of the thing. I'd like to be able to
configure them through linux if at all possible.


Is it possible?

Thanks.

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Old 12-27-2007, 11:15 PM
Sam Varshavchik
 
Default Linksys PLK200 Powerline Ethernet and Linux

Derek Tattersall writes:


Hello,

I just acquired a pair of PLK200 powerline ethernet adaptors, from
Linksys. These seem to work ok with linux once configured, but they have
a windows based configuration utility. Does anyone know of a linux based
configuration utility for these?


I was able to set them up by booting over to windows, but that seems
contrary to the whole spirit of the thing. I'd like to be able to
configure them through linux if at all possible.


Is it possible?


Hunt down the documentation for these gadgets. Chances are that they have an
alternative web-based setup mechanism available.



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