Re: ZOOM ADSL ROUTER ANSWER;

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On Sat, 2005-12-31 at 10:40, Mirco Scara wrote:
> James,
> My zoom adsl is a adsl x3 model 5560, and according to them instruction 
> manual it can connect up to 253 computers and it can assign each one of 
> them an individual IP address.
> I purchased the zoom adsl x3 in the UK and I am trying to set it up and 
> use it in Italy.
> It easily connects each individual PC but isn't able to connect them 
> both at the same time.

What does "ifconfig eth0' show as your IP address?  They should
be getting 2 different addresses on the same subnet. 
"route -n" should show the 0.0.0.0 destination (default) is
the inside address of your router, and all 3 things should
be on the same subnet. 

-- 
  Les Mikesell
    [email protected]




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