I recently perchased a D-Link DSL-200/RU modem, with a label "Generation III" on it. USB ID's are 0915/8104 (both pri & sec), these IDs are not listed on the EciAdsl site and I even cannot find the chipset it is based on (gs7070 or maybe 7470?)
When trying to make it run under Ubuntu 6.06 ('Dapper Drake'), it even does not blink with ADSL LED.
Well, when running eciadsl-start, I have the following:
Bus 001 Device 017: ID 0915:8104 GlobeSpan, Inc.
- yes, that's true;
[EciAdsl 1/5] Setting up USB support...
Preliminary USB device filesystem is OK
-- no doubt, as soon as I run 2.6.15 kernels;
[EciAdsl 2/5] Uploading firmware...
Process skipped .. no more needed
firmware loaded successfully
-- not shure this is correct?
[EciAdsl 3/5] Synchronization...
OK eciadsl-synch: success
-- this is wrong! It does not depend on the sync file, and the ADSL LED does not blink!
[EciAdsl 4/5] Connecting to provider...
[EciAdsl 5/5] Setting up route table...
Waiting for tap0...
tap0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 96:8D:7D:41:2C:84
inet6 addr: fe80::948d:7dff:fe41:2c84/64 Диапазон:Link
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:1 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
RX bytes:0 (0.0 b) TX bytes:90 (90.0 b)
-- unbelievable Really, there's no connection (I just unplug the cable and nothing changes), but the tap0 interface appears for one or two seconds ;-)
Well, any directions to dig?
P.S. I used eciadsl-usermode packages, one buit for Ubuntu (taklen from official Ubuntu repository) and other built for Debian (taken from the EciaAdsl site) -- nothing changes. Should I try to build EciAdsl from sources?
With best regards,
Sergei A. Beilin