On 2020-01-28 12:12, Srikanth Hannabeprakash wrote:
I am having a cable internet with ADSL network. I don't have any
router. I want to connect to internet using this connection. I used to have windows 7
ultimate before. There I used to add new connection in the network center. Then I select
broadband. Then I used to see a broadband connection icon in My Networks. This I would
right click and add a shortcut to the desktop. I open it in the desktop and enter my login
and password. That's when I get connected to the internet. I recently migrated to the
Fedora Scientific OS with KDE Plasma desktop. I don't see broadband or ADSL or Cable
Internet options in the Network settings. There only wired/802.11/IPv4/IPv6 are the
options. I have ethernet wired connection without any modem with append 10 GBps. I
don't see option to use wired connection with login credentials. That option is there
in 802.11 option. I tried everything but nothing seems to work.
First, do you have the package NetworkManager-adsl installed?
If so, you should see the option to create a DSL Connection when you hit the "+"
icon in the Configure
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