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Hi everybody,

                 For  one of my project, I am supposed to use AVM Fritz! DSL PCI card on Fedora Core 1. This card has factility for both ISDN and ADSL connection.  Here, my problem is I am not able to detect this card,  specifically when I run chat command to query modem.  If I attach an external modem I am able to detect it with chat command. But with this PCI card I am not.  So, is there any solution out for detecting this card.  Also, how to set IP  address for this card for ADSL connection, as I am not able to find any alias for this card (like we have alias for  eth0 for ethernet card ).  Please give me suggestions as soon as possible.

Thanks in advance.

Sanket.
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Sorry, for late reply.
                   Your suggestiong works!

Thanks.

Sanket.
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