I tried to add an '*' as a fourth field, but results remains thee same.
I got "bla-bla check your password". However, thanks for your advice.
Is there any other ideas? Eugene.
On Tue, 6 Oct 1998, Jens B. Jorgensen wrote:
> The new ppp requires that you have a fourth field for acceptable IP addresses. Also,
> you *must* have an entry in pap-secrets (a wildcard entry at least) even if you're
> authenticating against your regular password database (as your options shows you are).
> Just put in '*' as the fourth field of the appropriate entry in pap-secrets and you
> should be good.
> Eugene Sevinian wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > Playing with ppp I have found that It is impossible to connect
> > from w95 box into linux if there exist /etc/pap/pap-secrets file.
> > Everything is ok when I delete this file. It looks like w95 can not use
> > PAP. Is it true? Or there are possible errors in /etc/ppp/options? As I
> > understand the main propose of pap-secrets is to restrict some users to
> > login via ppp. How can I impose these restrictions without secrets??