Re: configure nic card
From: Ion-Mihai Tetcu (itetcu_at_apropo.ro)
Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2003 23:53:08 +0200 To: email@example.com
On Sat, 06 Dec 2003 12:05:10 -0600
"Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P." <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Eric Greene wrote:
> >Hello, I am a long-time Windows user, who is now getting
> >started with learning FreeBSD. I am using the KDE desktop to
> >start with. I would like to know how to configure my nic card so I
> >can get connected to the internet (Cable access - the
> >system is on a LAN).
> >Where do I get started configuring this card?
> You've got a fairly good answer already,
> so I hope I'm not flooding your inbox ...
> In addition to what's been recommended,
> I'd suggest grabbing the handbook ---
> (english version, multiple formats available)
which should also be available on the local system in (if you choosed to
install the documentation): /usr/share/doc/handbook/
> And placing it somewhere on the LAN where
> you can read it often.
> Also, in the previous response, the configuration
> line shown was for the RealTek driver (8139 chip)
> only. If you've got that NIC (lots of cards have the
> 8139 chip) then you should be good to go.
my bad, I shoul have explained that.
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