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Date:      Wed, 27 Mar 2002 16:40:14 +0000
From:      Daniel Bye <>
To:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: Hardware support coming?
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On Wed, Mar 27, 2002 at 04:56:37PM +0100, miguy2000 wrote:
> Hi..
> My FreeBSD version is FreeBSD5.0-CURRENT (updated 27-3-2002 +/-14:00
> middle-European time)
> My problem is my USB-Modem. FreeBSD detects it as "ugen0". I suppose
> it's not supported, but I'm not sure. 
> The official name of my USB-ADSL-modem is:  "Topcom Xplorer 850 USB" But
> FreeBSD detects the chipset as: "Anchor Chips EZUSB, rev1.00/0.04,
> addr2"
> Now my question is if it's supported.
> If yes, what did I do wrong?
> If no: will it be supported?!? (Because I really would like to use
> FreeBSD, but without Internet it's impossible)
> Thanks in advance.

AFAIK, the only USB ADSL style modem that is supported in FreeBSD is the
Alcatel Speedtouch (now in the ports tree under net/pppoa-20011007).  Any 
chance you can trade in the current modem for one of the Alcatel ones?

I don't know if there are plans afoot to port more of these devices in the



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