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Re: problems with a Linksys 54G Wireless card



Speaking of Linksys, I have a Linksys A+G router WRT55AG Version 2 and I
have never been able to use VPN through it.  I have tried to work with
Linksys to resolve the issue and they can't seem to help me.  

Has anyone out there had any success using VPNC with this Wireless
Router? I have a Netgear router that seems to work just fine. I have
tried to open several ports etc. with no luck.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Sorry in advance for this
off-topic post.

Thanks,

Robert 

On Thu, 2006-09-14 at 00:59 +0200, David Desscan wrote:
> Hi
> Can you please give more details about the Linksys 54 wireless card
> you have?  Which model and version number. Try to google for it.  I
> have seen a lot of links concerning the WPC54G card.
>  
> Rgds & Good Luck
> David
> 
> 
>  
> On 9/13/06, Scott Berry <sberry northlc com> wrote: 
>             Hello there,
>          
>         I am wondering what I am doing wrong here on this =
>         "/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-scripts/ifcfg-eth1"?
>         Here is my =
>         file:
>          
>         USERCTL=3Dno
>         PEERDNS=3Dyes
>         GATEWAY=3D192.168.1.1 (which is how i access my router)
>         TYPE=3DWireless
>         DEVICE=3Deth1
>         HWADDR=3D00:5c:91:60:2c:99
>         BOOTPROTO=3Ddhcp
>         NETMASK=3D255.255.255.0 
>         ONBOOT=3Dyes
>         DHCP_HOSTNAME=3Dnautilus
>         IPADDR=3D not sure whether to put anything here my ip should
>         be gotten =
>         from the router
>         NAME=3D not sure if I need to put anything here
>         DOMAIN=3D I am assuming nothing needs to go here? 
>         ESSID=3DEOTWC
>         CHANNEL=3D1
>         MODE=3DManaged
>         KEY=3Ds:
>         RATE=3D54Mb/s
>         
>         If someone can shine some light on this it would be great.
>          
>         Scott
>          
> 
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