[ubuntu-uk] Hooking up a machine running Ubuntu to a Mark 1, BT HomeHub
rowan.berkeley at googlemail.com
Wed Feb 18 16:43:24 GMT 2009
I don't want to sound ungrateful, but I made it clear in my first post
that it didn't just work out of the box like that. You all seem to
assume I haven't even attempted to configure it, but if you read my
first message, I state that I have attempted to connect in the
straighforward way already, and also attempted to use the Network
Connections panel in the computer (which presumably follows a familiar
Ubuntu layout) but I see no Ethernet option there.
Guy Thouret wrote:
> It most likely already is set. The default configuration is for
> ethernet to be enabled for automatic connection.
> Plug your computer into the Homehub using an ethernet cable and try
> acecssing the web page detailed below and let us know what happens.
> On Wed, 2009-02-18 at 16:17 +0000, Rowan wrote:
>> "You just need to set your Ubuntu machine to ethernet" ... um ... how?
>> Ken Robson wrote:
>> > The home hub is just a router with built in wreless & voip.
>> > You just need to set your Ubuntu machine to ethernet and plug it in to
>> > the eth1 port on the router, I assume that the router is already setup
>> > for BT other wise you need to connect to the web page
>> > (http://192.168.1.254) and input your name & password for the BT
>> > broadband connection.
>> > NB the home hub is locked to the BT network,
>> > Ken
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