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    Default how to configure networkconnections in backtrack2

    how can i configure my network connection

    my connection is a dynamic one
    i connect my modem to my system via usb

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    I dunno what do want to What kind network ? configure ethernet ? configure modem ? or wireless
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    I cant connect either, I put my wep key and everything under network connection, but still shows "connection failed" please help??

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    my connextion is a p2p over ethernet i connect to internet using an login and password provided by my isp

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    Your connection is peer-to-peer? That makes absolutely no sense.

    You should probably stick with Windows or try an easier distro like Ubuntu. BT is not meant for beginners.
    I'm a compulsive post editor, you might wanna wait until my post has been online for 5-10 mins before quoting it as it will likely change.

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    I beleive annathkrishna is refering to an Ad-Hoc network aka Peer-to-Peer.

    However, wiht that diagnosis alone alot more detail is still required, annathkrishna please fill in the blanks for us.

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    Read this thread:
    hxxp://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=1489&page=4

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    my connection is pppoe i connect to internet using ADSL modem using login and password provided by my isp the system detects my modem properly as eth1

    but the problem is how can i configure the connection and connect to internet using login and password provided by my isp

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    Quote Originally Posted by ananthkrishna View Post
    my connection is pppoe i connect to internet using ADSL modem using login and password provided by my isp the system detects my modem properly as eth1

    but the problem is how can i configure the connection and connect to internet using login and password provided by my isp
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    thnx i got the things working now

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