Re: windows software required
Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2005 02:13:37 -0300
On Tue, 04 Oct 2005 16:27:49 -0700, hawat.thufir wrote:
> What's unclear to me is: What happens when Caladan runs the Asus
> utility and detects the wireless adapter?
I think you mean the the Access Point? Your boxes are connected through a
switch to this AP using ethernet, right?
> More specifically, what changed which suddenly gave Caladan internet
I'd guess it sets up a default route. From your description (Linux on a
dual-boot box has access only after configuring from the Windows
installation on that box), I'd guess there is also some kind of MAC
registration going on in the AP. I see there is an option in the AP setup
page for 'MAC address clone' - is that feature enabled? You could try
disabling that and see if everything works.
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- Re: Is an ethernet switch totally transparent?
... It MUST have a MAC address. ... Ethernet depends on it. ... what does an unmanaged switch do with its own MAC ...
- Re: mac duplication
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- RE: Exploit code for IP Smart Spoofing
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