See the attached for how I do it. Creating /etc/ppp/chatscript.work and /etc/ppp/chatscript.isp and /etc/resolv.work and /etc/resolv.isp are left as an exercise for the reader. This could be simpler and less extensible or even more belt and suspenders than it currently is, but I think this strikes a nice balance. YMMV On 01-Oct-97 Walter L. Preuninger II wrote: >-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > >Is there a way to have more than one pppd configuration? Getting another >modem is not an option. > >What I would like is something along these lines: > pon work > poff > pon internet > >where work has the ppp options/chatscript for dialing up the office, and >internet has the ppp options/chatscript for going online. > >I have poured over the PPP Howto, and could not find anything. > >Also, as a side note, mgetty can do autoPPP. mgetty also has a callback >utility. I have not tried this, but would it be possible for me to call >work, and have work call me back, bringing up a ppp connection? > >Which is more preferable, PAP or CHAP? Does PAP/CHAP eliminate the need >for callback(for security reasons)? > >Thanks, > >- -- >Walter L. Preuninger II waldo @ irc.wasteland.org:#unix >email@example.com >http://www.rapidramp.com/~walterp > > L I N U X Where You Really Should Be! > >-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- >Version: 2.6.2 > >iQEVAwUBNDKxBSJO3DbZX8gpAQHcmwf9E7ATaD7KwtcZc1zdi9hQSgHM3bHqjt2O >y+pRJUBABweyzIXVRXcmyrvcAJPXrIaaffX0SOZ0/YajOELBvMiOCD/TdJXS60a+ >is4c59SH/x8h/VWXtUr/bDQC4CNdEIJMLnyu4xAw9NCJd1IMo65OV/LVU0nzFL5H >I5WNbWevbp86QYrgnYLgTt7iaAYYsKwPg6I2KJE+FchwtOG39PhtytpN/nfjqJba >gdyoLQXjkiiMONXzlDLs4005QOAwpqWeprONc88QJQkPyth9JGKaZh8cCHDyF2e1 >fbfFi2IMHjdF3xUjYa1XO3CpeuocKuWnMugd0/jmx4spwoZZJekSiQ== >=wov5 >-----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > > >-- >TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM THIS MAILING LIST: e-mail the word "unsubscribe" to >firstname.lastname@example.org . >Trouble? e-mail to email@example.com . ----------------------------------------- Ralph Winslow firstname.lastname@example.org The IQ of the group is that of the member whose IQ is lowest divided by the number of members.
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