Configuring linux to connect to Reliance broadband

Discussion in 'Reliance Broadband' started by chanakya, Apr 10, 2008.

  1. chanakya

    chanakya New Member

    Hi,

    I have recently obtained a Reliance broadband connection and am configuring my Linux server to act as the gateway. The server has 2 network cards, one for the LAN and the other for connecting to the internet. The network interfaces are eth1 (LAN) and eth0 (dynamic IP). I am just not able to get the connection through, although it works on Windows.

    I would appreciate any suggestions.

    Thanks
  2. thouseef

    thouseef New Member

    Yeah.. same probs here...
    Please some one reply....:mad:
  3. aasmaforu

    aasmaforu New Member

    i've installed linux enterprise edition 4 , its working fine, no problem at all.

    try changing your ethernet card.
  4. spankyanil

    spankyanil Guest

    problem connecting to fedora

    hey are you crazy to change NIC card... i have airtel connection working fine for fedora...if i connect reliance.. i could'nt connect to internet... help please someone help me out...

    //Moderator note: You have not activated your account. Please click on the link in the mail you received from the forum admin in your mailbox. Failure to do so will cause all your posts go into moderation. - just4kix

Share This Page