I see your point that I agree (most of time I use
But my question was based on why the 2 NIC Realtek are
working with M0n0 1.1 CDROM version, but not working
with M0n0 1.1 Generic-PC (CF/HDD) version...
--- "C. Falconer" <cfalconer at avonside dot school dot nz>
> Flip the realteks into someone (elses) windows box
> and put some decent cards
> in the firewall. 3com are great, so is SMC or any
> other big name.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: david me [mailto:david19702004 at yahoo dot com]
> Sent: Monday, 13 September 2004 9:39 p.m.
> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: [m0n0wall] Is it possible that...
> ...m0n0 1.1cdrom version is "different" from m0n0
> cf/ide version ?
> My configuration:
> Intel Celeron 400 on 440LX chipset M/B
> CDROM 40x
> HDD 2.5
> 2 x Realtek 8139 PCI
> This morning I toke 7 hours trying to install the
> 1.1 CF/HDD version on the above configuration,
> up because, no matter which network PCI card I've
> used, always the second one (WAN) was UP but not
> I tried to work around the bios/pci slot/irq etc,
> always on m0n0, the WAN card was not "responding" to
> clients requests. All seems OK, both interfaces was
> and running, but not able also to ping an external
> address though the DIAGNOSTICS/PING web page
> ** note that I'm already running other m0n0
> and I've the confidence to setup them up properly,
> including DNS addresses.
> I tried changing so many ethernet card, but no
> After give up (7 hours), I decided to remove the HDD
> and give a try to the cdrom version.
> Do you believe me that the same configuration (saved
> from the gui interface as xml file) under cdrom
> version is working with ANY card ?
> How could it be possible that under same PC
> configuration (same network cards, same cables, same
> configuration .xml
> file,etc) the CF/HD version was not working, while
> the CDROM yes ?
> Where did I mistake >
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