Multiple network configuration
pfrancq at ulb.ac.be
Mon Jul 17 07:59:25 UTC 2006
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I have configure the ppp interface and now I can access to the network from
home (ADSL) or at the office (ethernet).
I have still a strange problem: At the office I have a fix IP address
X.X.X.122. When I am there I can access the department server with fix IP
address X.X.X.121, but at home, I cannot access to this server. In fact, when
I do a trace, it try to access via my X.X.X.122 interface.
On Monday 17 July 2006 07:22, John L Fjellstad wrote:
> Pascal Francq <pfrancq at ulb.ac.be> writes:
> > Hi,
> > I have a laptop with Kubuntu and I want to support multiple network
> > configurations:
> > - Normal lan connections for the office (which is actually recognize and
> > work).
> > - ADSL connection with a USB-based modem (I do not how to add this in the
> > network configuration interface).
> > Is there a tool that can recognize and install such a USB-based modem?
> Check out whereami. I'm not sure how you could get adsl connection to
> work though (ADSL with USB based modem would use /etc/ppp/ to configure
> John L. Fjellstad
> web: http://www.fjellstad.org/ Quis custodiet ipsos custodes
Prof. Pascal Francq
Digital Information Chair
Université libre de Bruxelles
Department of Information and Communication Sciences
Avenue F.D. Roosevelt, 50
Tel. +32-2-650 47 65
Fax +32-2-650 39 21
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