Re: Newbe SuSE ppp Setup Problem.

Clifford Kite (kite@inetport.com)
Tue, 22 Jun 1999 07:55:42 -0500 (CDT)


On Mon, 21 Jun 1999, Frank Roberts wrote:

I had a slight case of information overload and trimmed some things.

This is from the /etc/suseppp/scripts/ppp-up:

test -n "$2" && DEBUG="-v"

/usr/sbin/pppd connect "/usr/sbin/chat $DEBUG -f /etc/suseppp/$1.chat" \
file /etc/suseppp/$1.options

You need to specify at least one argument to ppp-up, "generic" might work.

BTW all this reminded me of why I don't care for configuration scripts -
too much is hidden. If you reach a point where you'd like to try a couple
of simple scripts that need only minimal changes then let me know and I'll
send them.

|The problem: Can not connect to ISP by either ppp or kppp. Assumption problem
|is basic configuration.
|
|Sequence of events for attempt at connection via ppp.
|
|Enter command
| /etc/suseppp/scripts/ppp-up
| Produces
|1. Modem dials, makes connection type noises, waits 15 seconds,
| and and prompt reappears.
|2. Verification of disconnection is made by repeat of 2 above.

Which "2 above" is that?

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Clifford Kite                                               Not a guru. (tm)

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