USB Router Support?

Willis Taylor gods-servant at sbcglobal.net
Fri Feb 1 06:41:27 UTC 2008


NoOp wrote:
> On 01/31/2008 09:57 AM, Willis Taylor wrote:
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>> NoOp wrote:
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>>> You may have better luck posting on the kubuntu list, but the above is a
>>> little confusing (to me anyway), perhaps you can clarify:
>>>
>>> The problem PC is:
>>>
>>> 1. Dualboot - WinXP & Kubuntu?
>>>
>>> 2. Connected to the 2Wire via USB & works when booted in WinXP, but not
>>> in Kubuntu?
>>>
>>> 3. Also has a connected ethernet NIC & in Kubuntu, KU defaults to the
>>> ethernet NIC rather than using the USB connection?
>>>
>>> Perhaps if you can clarify the above, someone running KU can help guide
>>> you through the process of getting the connection working.
>>>
>>>       
> [snip]
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>> Everything you asked is yes.  i am unable to remove the ethernet card 
>> because it is onboard the mainboard and the Cat5e is not connected to 
>> the pouter.  The router has has only the one RJ port and while it 
>> supports over two hundred computers they must all be wireless or HPNA 
>> after this one I'm typing on is plugged in with the Cat5e.  I was not 
>> aware there was a Kubuntu list, I'll need to find that one.
>>
>>
>>     
>
> As Nils asked; what is the output of lsusb? Please post the output: 1)
> with the router plugged in, and 2) with the router unplugged. Note: to
> do this, just open a terminal window and issue the command:
>
> lsusb
>
> Then copy & past the result here. Remember: with, and without, the usb
> plugged in.
>
>
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The read out is that the device 1630:0042 disappears when the 2Wire 
modem is unplugged and on hot plug it reappears but still no internet 
and no LAN.

Thanks for Your help.
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