Looks like our DSL internet finally died for good, so now hopefully I can convince Frontier there's a real problem.
However, first I want to figure out how to route everything through my phone, so we can have internet while we wait for them to repair it (which could be days).
I have a spare wifi hub which is configurable in multiple ways, but my previous attempt to config it for this purpose did not succeed.
...and I know the phone has internet, because that's how I'm connecting now (laptop <- phone (tether) <- cell data).
Since I've actually got it right here on my workspace, that at least makes it easier to reset and start over.
Gaah... the layout pushes some critical links outside the visible frame, and resizing doesn't help... (ok, there was just enough of a sliver of the link to click it)
Now, do I let the phone do DHCP, or should I enable it on the device...
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