Subject: Re: Banging head against firewall.
From: Herb (herb@amphibole)
Date: Wed Apr 12 2000 - 10:20:00 MDT
Thanks Jeff, but I've been there. Bounced from the Asante site. Still can't
solve the problem :(
At 06:03 PM 4/11/00 -0800, you wrote:
>I had alot of problems getting some of theses "DEC" cards to work correctly
>on the Mac's. Have you been to Donald Becker's webpage yet?? Its at
> > From: herb <herb@amphibole>
> > Reply-To: email@example.com
> > Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 14:42:13 +0100
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Banging head against firewall.
> > Hello,
> > I have asked this before, and Ed has helped me before, thanx Ed, but
> > the problem won't go away.
> > I need to set up a firewall with a PowerPC. Either a 7600/132 or a
> > 7500/100. I have an Asante Friendlynet 10/100 Fast
> > Ethernet card that is supposed to work. The installation won't pick it up,
> > so I go and recompile the kernel with the tulip driver included as a
> > module (is that what I need to do?). Afterwards, eth1 will initialize and
> > as far as I can tell, I have configured it properly as well. So I take the
> > other firewall offline and replace it with this one. However, it doesn't
> > work. I can't ping the LAN with it or do anything elz with it. My other
> > firewall is a leftover IBM 330-P100 running Mandrake 6.0. The network
> > configurations on both firewalls have been configured the safe for
> > redundancy. What do I do to make the "Friendly"net card working? It
> > certainly hasn't been friendly over the last 2 months...
> > Is there a card I can buy and just plug into the computer???
> > -Herbert
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