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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: RoadRunner (was: setting date)
From: John Reinke <jmreinke@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2000 23:53:00 -0600
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It was already part of my Debian installation. However, I didn't have any
documentation installed. If I remember correctly, all you need to do is
have it run dhcpcd with either no arguments or the interface name (ie.
eth1) at startup and that's it.

Good luck,

>The roadrunner service uses dhcp exclusively so I will check out the dhcpcd
>you talk about.  Is that an add on or is it part of the linux distribution.
>What flavor of Linux are you running? Version?
>>From: John Reinke <jmreinke@xxxxxxxxx>
>>Reply-To: discussion@xxxxxxxxx
>>To: discussion@xxxxxxxxx
>>Subject: [aclug-L] Re: RoadRunner (was: setting date)
>>Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 17:29:02 -0600
>>I'm pretty sure I've seen a few links and possibly a how-to for RoadRunner.
>>It sounds like it is different or slightly beyond just DHCP, I think it
>>includes some sort of authentication as well. My ISP uses only DHCP, so I
>>use dhcpcd and I'm online.
>> >John,
>> >
>> >Do you have information or a how to you can point me to on setting up the
>> >linux to cable modem access.  I have road runner isp and am having
>> >getting a PCI Linksys LAN card to pickup an ip address and talk to the
>> >modem.

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