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 From:  "Jago Pearce" <jago25 underscore 98 at hotmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Adding Speedtouch USB support
 Date:  Fri, 30 Apr 2004 16:31:32 +0100
Just trying to get a handle on how hard this is going to be before I start.

(I fancy m0n0wall; looks good (especially the bandwidth shaping) and a nice 
way to get BSD into the LAN)

I'm using:

- 64mb CF; plenty of space
- p133; silent
- 100m/bit
- Alcatel Speedtouch USB ADSL modem; actually not much point in buying a 
proper modem, this one seems to work well given a dedicated router and 
enough power
- NO other FreeBSD install on the LAN anywhere; problematic for kernel 

Can I recompile a new BSD "kernel" (correct terminology i guess since 
Windows uses this word), without running BSD? I take it I need to add USB 
and ugen? What are the present kernel options?


Then I have to do scripts I guess.

The other reason for this email is just to draw attention to USB modems.
Thank you for your time. (Please Type "REPLY:" in subject field if you wish 
to highlight your response, thx).  jago25 underscore 98 at catholic dot org is just my email 
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