Bryan K. Brayton schrieb:
> Did you ever verify that your network cards in the m0n0wall machine
> were actually linking/negotiating properly with both your LAN-side
> switch and your dsl modem?
Yes, someone else mentoined that before and i'd put a switch between the
card an the modem (i don't know about another way to check, the modem
doesn't show the speed/duplex state), both were shown as 100mbit/fullduplex.
> Also, I've seen some cable ISPs here in the states that will restrict
> your bandwidth if it appears that your MAC address has changed from
> what they expect to see. I don't know if your ISP does that, but it
> may be worth a try to clone the MAC address of the PC you used to
> originally set up and verify the dsl service.
Using m0n0wall is the original set up. ;) Anyway, our ISP doesn't check
the MAC address.
I will replace the WAN-side-card tomorrow, maybe this would help. But
i'm glad that it doesn't look like a m0n0wall error.
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