Re: Problem connecting with ISP - update
Thanks, but I've still not managed to make it work. Maybe I'm not doing
this right. I tried it like this:
but that didn't work. I tried to take \d and \c out, tried to toggle
quiet mode (\qppp), put ppp within quotation marks, but nothing worked.
Am I missing something here?
David Wright wrote:
> Quoting Guðmundur Erlingsson (email@example.com):
> > No, I don't think that this is a problem, it didn't work before I
> > changed the permission (I changed it according to the PPP-Howto, to 740)
> > so there is something else going on. The thing is that ppp doesn't seem
> > to start up on the server, and I have no idea how to get it started.
> Usually you have to send the command "ppp" if ppp doesn't start
> automatically at the other end. Some of our systems used to require
> this, and those that did did not necessarily have ppp listed in the
> help output.
> You may need a delay in your chatscript between receiving CONNECT
> and sending PPP. \d is it?
> > When I use minicom to dial in it just hangs up with a "NO CARRIER"
> > message, although I know I have the correct phonenumber and it works
> > without a hitch in win95.
> You mean the other end answers, waits, and then hangs up? Yes, that
> would be a timer expiring.
> Not all systems have the sense to start ppp automatically when bombarded
> with LCP packets. Don't ask me why.
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