Rich Elliott wrote:
> Thanks, I will try that.
> I have it setup now:
> cable modem --> linksys befw11s4 ---> PC's
> I want to go cable modem --> m0n0 ----->switch ---> PC's
> wireless AP (befws4)
> Can I spoof the MAC address from the linksys?
No need for that, just reset your modem as David says. Then try to
reconnect with mono. Should work.
> David Kitchens wrote:
>> Cable modems are notorious for hanging onto the last MAC address they
>> Usually a power down for several minutes will clear their memory and
>> the MAC on the providers side. If you used to have your PC connected
>> directly to it, it likely has that MAC address in the modem. Release
>> the IP
>> on the PC, power down the cable modem for 5 min, and then power up
>> everything. As long as the WAN interface is set in m0n0wall, it should
>> get a
>> DHCP address at that time using a regular Cat5 cable.
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Rich Elliott [mailto:rich at kc7cdk dot com] Sent: Friday, April 15,
>>> 2005 9:29 PM
>>> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
>>> Subject: [m0n0wall] Can not get address from cable modem?
>>> I can not seem to be able to get an address from my cable modem. For
>>> testing purposes I left my network intact and added the PC with
>>> m0n0wall to my router, booted m0n0 and it got an address from the
>>> router and the interface status