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Recommended reading

  • ADSL Bandwidth Management HOWTO - describes how to configure a Linux router to more effectively manage outbound traffic on an ADSL modem or other device with similar bandwidth properties (cable modem, ISDN, etc). Emphasis is placed on lowering the latency for interactive traffic even when the upstream and/or downstream bandwidth is fully saturated.
  • The Cable Modem HOWTO - written to assist the Linux user in configuring a cable modem for internet access using a cable network.
  • call-back mini HOWTO - describes how to set up call-back by using the Linux system and modem. I would like to thank Anna for her patience.
  • Diald Howto - shows some typical scenarios for easy start using Diald. These scenarios include a connection from a standalone computer to an ISP using PPP over a modem without using pon/poff or ppp-on/ppp-off to a proxy/firewall server with different Internet connections through various ISPs.
  • Linux simple fax printer server mini-HOWTO - describes in detail one of the simplest ways to setup fax server on your Linux system.
  • ISP-Hookup-HOWTO - describes how to use Linux to connect to an Internet Service Provider via a dial-up modem TCP/IP connection.
  • "Pocket" ISP based on RedHat Linux HOWTO - outlines the setup of a single RedHat box for dialins, virtual web hosting, virtual email, POP3 and ftp servers.
  • Jabber Server Farming How-To - provides Jabber admins a look into the present and future of Jabber Server Farming.
  • Linmodem-HOWTO - describes Linmodem (winmodem hardware) support under Linux. While such support is limited (almost exclusively in the form of manufacturer-created, but unsupported, binary kernel modules), the number of chipsets with some form of support is growing rapidly.
  • Modem-HOWTO - helps with selecting, connecting, configuring, trouble-shooting, and understanding analog modems for a PC.
  • NetMeeting HOWTO - aims to describe how to make Microsoft NetMeeting interoperate with Linux.
  • The Winmodems-and-Linux HOWTO - helps users who have a Winmodem for getting it working under Linux.


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