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1. gtk2 version 2.0 or later

2. openssl 0.9.7 or later

*Kindly call 1 600 3453330/ 1 901 4253330- Sify Broadband Customer Care to get IP address, DNS and Gateway so that you can download the client which you can use to connect to sify,

*Assign an IP address for the ethernet card.

$ sudo ifconfig eth0 xx.xx.xx.xx

*Add default gateway.

$ sudo route add default gw xx.xx.xx.xx

*Visit the url below to download the client.

'''Installation on NON RPM Supported System'''

a. Download Broadband Client:

Click here to download Sify Broadband Client for Linux OS

b. Installation Steps:

gunzip sify_bbclient-3.0.tar.gz

tar -xvf sify_bbclient-3.0.tar

For more information refer Readme.txt file bundled along with package

'''Launching the Client'''

Open a terminal from X server

From terminal run the command "sifyconnect"

*Problem while running the client can be solved by creating symlinks

shibu@shibu-laptop:/usr/lib$ sudo ln -s /usr/lib/ /usr/lib/

shibu@shibu-laptop:/usr/lib$ sudo ln -s /usr/lib/ /usr/lib/
shibu@shibu-laptop:/usr/lib$ sifyconnect

shibu@shibu-laptop:~$ sudo sifyconnect

Checking reachability of Sify Server ... : Success
checking whether instance sifyclient already running ... : NO
Establishing sify broadband connection ...

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'''Not able to Connect'''

*Use route -n to see if the gateway is setup properly.
*Check eth0 ip address.

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