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Old 7th September 2007, 20:29
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Default IPCOP install/not picking up two NICs

ok so i trying to setup an ipcop box, but it only picking up one network card and i reading the install guide. For manually picking since they network cards aren't listed. I need to know the IRQ and some other information.

http://ipcop.org/1.4.0/en/install/ht...tp-or-ftp.html

It says
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If you select MANUAL the following screen will appear. Enter the object module for the driver you require. Each driver may require extra installation parameters. Unfortunately, these are driver dependent. The sample, below, is for a NE 2000 driver. Like most ISA drivers, it needs both its IO address, io=, and IRQ, irq=, specified.
How would i find this information for my NIC cards, this is the part i stuck on?


I wanting the RED(Modem)/green/orange network setup.



Thanks in advance for the help!
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