Subject: Re: Modem device??
To: Brian A. Seklecki <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 06/28/2001 21:37:57
My apologies, I was apparently unclear. On the DS 5000 I have an external modem
and have it working just fine. I have a different machine that is a PC with an
internal PCI modem. Unfortunately it and I are not currently in the same
city so sending a dmesg output is not currently possible. I was hoping
someonw would know what to look for. I am fairly certain it is not
a WinModem chip set.
Quoting "Brian A. Seklecki" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Include the DMESG? A DS5000 is an i386 machine? /dev/tty00 & /dev/tty01
> should work. Do you have on-board serial ports? Is the PCI modem a
> WinModem chipset?
> Add this line to /etc/remote:
> (play with the DV value)
> # tip com
> If it says connected, try to issue AT commands....
> On Thu, 28 Jun 2001 email@example.com wrote:
> > This question is almost embarrassing.
> > I run NetBSD on a DS5000 and use an external modem which is on
> > I just installed NetBSD on a PC with an internal modem (PCI) and cannot
> > figure out based on dmesg what the device is that I want to give pppd as
> > a parameter to dial out on. What should I look for - major device number?
> > something from dmesg?
> > yf
> "GNU/Linux: About as stable as the elements at the bottom of the periodic