Re: PPP Chatscript problem
On Wed, 25 Dec 1996, Richard Heestand wrote:
> I am trying to create a working chat script so I can
> proceed with my installation of debian 1.2. However,
> after a day of trying variations of chat scripts, I am stumped.
In addition to the other comments I've seen, I have one suggestion:
> My ppp.chatscript is:
> ABORT BUSY
> ABORT "NO CARRIER"
> ABORT VOICE
> ABORT "NO DIALTONE"
> "" ATDT77139661200
> ogin: rick
> assword: xxxx
> own) dumb\rdppp
> The steps to log into my ISP are (captured from MS
> Windows Terminal) :
> CONNECT 9600/ARQ/V32/LAPM
> NeoSoft AAS 1.0 (pandora.neosoft.com) 11 users, 9600/ARQ
> login: rick
The output you listed indicated that it was expecting an "ogin:" and
didn't get it. Aside from the 1400 baud problem (which you should look
into; do a "man setserial" to get an idea of how fast you should set the
port, too) you may need to send a return character after you connect, to
bring up the login prompt.
What I would suggest is calling in to the ppp number with, e.g. seyon or
minicom, and follow through the steps by hand. This will give you a good
idea of what the system expects. Then, hang up, edit your chatscript, and
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