On Wed, 11 Jan 2006 12:28:18 +0100
Richard Klingler <richard at uclinux dot net> wrote:
> But wasn't there some FBSD driver for the S518 ADSL card?
> Think it was openadsl.sourceforge.net
The current Pulsar drivers can be found at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/openadsl so if anyone has one of these
cards and a FBSD machine then it would be good to get others involved
The last I heard from Traverse (last week) was that they were waiting
on a mini-DSLAM arriving so that they could properly debug the BSD
drivers (the Open one apparently exhibits the same problems I'd
reported for the Free one). Mind you, it'll soon be a year since I was
assured that there would be a working FBSD driver available in "two or
three weeks". I do believe it's on its way, albeit slowly.
Looking at the Sangoma site I see that the S518 only mentions Windows
and Linux drivers, but I'm fairly sure there was a card available
(9 month ago now) which had BSD drivers, although it was very expensive
compared to Pulsar.
> Adrian Urquhart wrote:
> > On Wed, 11 Jan 2006 11:41:13 +0100
> > Richard Klingler <richard at uclinux dot net> wrote:
> >>Good morning (o;
> >>Sorry..this mail got somewhere else first as this mailing
> >>list doesn't set correctly the headers (o;
> >>As I have some old Watchguard FB2 lying around
> >>I thought to turn it into something useful (o;
> >>Does anybody know if ADSL cards like the one
> >>from Pulsar are working with monowall?
> > The Pulsar cards don't yet have a working FreeBSD driver, although
> > it is being currently developed. At the moment the guys at Traverse
> > say that it's working for them (with FBSD 5.4) but it doesn't work
> > for me at all - it syncs up, but never establishes a connection to
> > the ISP.
> > I too would dearly love to find an ADSL card supported by FBSD.
> > Needless to say, the Pulsar card works fine with IPCop.
> > -Adrian