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"john cv" 01-16-2009 04:18 PM

Configure Broadband BSNL
 
Haii

*i am a new user of ubuntu. idont know more about this operating system.
I want to configure my BSNL broadband connection in my system
can anyone help me,plz
a step by step instruction is needed


john

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"H.S." 01-16-2009 06:34 PM

Configure Broadband BSNL
 
john cv wrote:
> Haii
>
> i am a new user of ubuntu. idont know more about this operating system.
> I want to configure my BSNL broadband connection in my system
> can anyone help me,plz
> a step by step instruction is needed
>
> john
>
>


You would have also got a modem to use your broadband connection. There
are two ways to use this modem: in pppoe mode or in bridge mode. IMHO,
the easier to use is the latter. So let us assume you are going to use
your modem in bridge mode. To do so, follow these instructions:

Note: In bridge mode (for the modem), your computer is connected to the
modem via the LAN cable and the connection is started/stopped by the
computer while the modem is powered on.

Configuration: The steps to configure your broadband connection in your
Ubuntu machine are given here:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ADSLPPPoE

As mentioned on the above page, once done, you can then start the
connection with the command
$> pon dsl-provider

and stop it using the command
$> poff -a
or
$> poff dsl-provider

Just for more details, here are the steps for BSNL configuration:
http://broadbandforum.in/bsnl-broadband/6776-people-who-post-problem-linux-bsnl-dataone/


Welcome to Ubuntu. And if you face any problems, feel free to ask here.
Good luck!
->HS

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