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How to Setup DSL Connection On Fedora Linux

If you are using Fedora Linux on your computer, it is very simple to connect a DSL Internet connection. This tutorial tells the procedure to add a DSL broadband connection to a computer having Fedora Linux. It is a GUI method and we do not need to go to the terminal to complete the procedure. Steps are provided below.

Configure DSL On Computer Having Fedora Linux
Go to desktop>Administration> Network

You can also reach network by typing the command system-config-network.

On Network Configuration window, follow the steps below.

Click on the toolbar and select newIt will open a new window Add new Device Type.Choose DSL connection and click forward Enter the ISP details including user name and password.
Check Internet Connection

To check Internet connection on Fedora Linux, go to Network Configuration window.

  The select new connection windowClick on activateType ping
If we receive a reply, the connection is working fine.

Disconnect Internet From Fedora Linux

To disconnect DSL c…

How to Configure Broadband On Ubuntu Linux-- Simple Guide

It is not difficult to configure the broadband connection on a computer running Ubuntu Linus. This guide tells commands and procedure to configure DSL connection on Ubuntu step by steps. Make sure you have the Ubuntu setup disc. Make sure your computer is connected to the modem using an Ethernet cable.

Procedure to Setup Broadband On Ubuntu Computer
Connect your modem/router to your computer using a LAN cable

In Linux, Network cards(NIC) are named as eth0, eth1... and the naming depends on the order of detection of Network cards. If you have only one LAN card (Network card), it will be listed as eth0. If you have another, it will be eth1, and so on. If you have multiple cards, you need to find out which one is really eth0 and which one is really eth1 etc. (in Debian and Ubuntu, the configuration script will automatically detect the card which is connected to the ADSL modem/router).

Install pppoeconf package

In Debian based distributions (e.g. Ubuntu), you may use pppoeconf package.

This c…

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