On Tue, 2004-03-23 at 13:32, Barry Mather wrote:
> Could m0n0wall have a built in adsl client ??
> It just occurs to me that a lot of users could be using this with an
> extra adsl router box on the wan side of their m0n0wall. What would be
> great is to have a pci adsl modem with m0n0wall doing the authentication
> I know FreeBSD can do it, so shouldn't be *too* difficult to make it
> work ???
> Great product tho
Aahhh - you mean a PPPOE client? It has this already. I have my ADSL
router/modem running in bridge mode, meaning that m0n0wall takes care of
the PPPOE, not the modem.
If you mean does it have PCI ADSL modem support, I don't think it does,
and I agree that this would be nice.
But PCI ADSL drivers are a very different thing from a PPPOE client. :)
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